"Maybe it's because he's been the best player in baseball, or one of them, for the last few years now, and he's done all that before he's 25 years old," shortstop J.J. Hardy said. "But if he has the same second half as he had the first half, he'll end up with 30-something homers and 80-90 RBIs. That's a pretty damn good year for anybody else in the big leagues. And for him, it's a down year. You can look at it however you want, but he's accomplished a lot before the age of 25."