Cain tossed the first perfect game in team history, retiring all 27 Houston Astros hitters in order and striking out 14 of them. Giants fans went ballistic when first baseman Brandon Belt caught the final out, and it marked yet another special moment in Giants history.
However, there haven't been any special moments for Cain since the perfect game.
When Cain threw his perfect game, he was viewed by just about everyone as the ace of the Giants' pitching staff. Tim Lincecum was struggling, and Cain, who had never received much attention, suddenly was the recipient of lots of attention.
And he's still been getting lots of attention. However, it hasn't been good attention.
Since throwing the 22nd perfect game in league history, Cain has struggled. He hasn't pitched into the ninth inning or shut out the opponent in his last eight starts, and he is just 2-2 in those starts ...
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