"We've seen J.J. hit 30 home runs in a year, I think, and we've seen him do other things. He's spoiled us at a level that he's not at, at the moment, but it's there," Showalter said. "It's trying to get to it. I've been around some players that really don't tell you about a lot of things until after the season's over. When J does bring something out [about an injury], you know it's something you should pay attention to."