After a rain delay, Matt Cain came in and did what he does best: pitch. He pitched fantastically: 6 IP, 0 ER, 2 H, 1 BB, 2 K. This has come to be expected of him, and every Giants starter for that matter, 'cause they've all set high standards. Unfortunately, Carlos Zambrano matched Cain's outing, also going six scoreless innings. In the 8th, the game remained tied. At least, until Buster Posey stepped to the plate. He hit a shot to deep center that carried and carried until finally clearing the Wrigley Field fence, landing on the wiring at the top of the ivy. What a game. This was the Giants' 50th one-run game of the season. They've played fifty of those tight, intense games. That's basically a third of their season. To go through that on a routine basis, and stay strong throughout, not...

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