And here is your reason why Johnson went under the radar in the first half.
Jimenez sent baseball fans, analysts, and players into a combination of awe and fear with his early season no-hitter, showcasing his omnipotent skill and his ability to dominate all who face him.
Winning has become as routine as pitching itself to the Dominican who went into the break a staggering 15-1.
This winning percentage of .939 means he's the most productive pitcher in helping his team to win. His ERA of a smidge over two earned him the starter spot at the All-Star game and thus bragging rights over his competitors.
However the Rocky has begun to struggle of late and seems to be relinquishing some of the power that had hitters quaking with fear.
He has some work to do but if Jimenez can recreate that kind of form in the second half and can be the talk of the league once more.
He's a good bet to cap his remarkable season with something for the mantelpiece.