It's been an eventful first half of the season for some of baseball's biggest stars. Some have been able to raise their games to new levels of excellence, while others have taken a step back from the top of the mountain as the best in the game at their respective position.
Unfortunately, some of baseball's premier talents, especially on the mound—Chicago's Chris Sale, Miami's Jose Fernandez and Philadelphia's Cliff Lee come to mind—have been impacted by injury, some more severely than others.
But that hasn't necessarily had a negative impact on all of their stocks as we head into the season's second half.
Based on Bleacher Report's rankings of the top-50 players in the game heading into Opening Day, here's a look at the midseason stock report for the 25 biggest names on that list.