Say what you want about whether Rasmus should have caught the ball or not, but this is what Tejada was known for in Oakland. He was always coming up with the big hit for the A's. I remember being at the Coliseum back in 2002 when they were on their 20 game win streak and Tejada hit a late inning homer to give the A's a victory (it was like their 16th or 17th in a row). But that was what he was known for. The guy is obviously not the player he was in 2002, but if he can come through with some clutch hits like he used to, I think the Giants fans will be happy to have had him play for them.
Cain turned in another solid performance and the team actually pulled one out for him. More evidence that we could see big things from Cain. This is the type of game that the Giants always seemed to lose for him in the past so the baseball gods are smiling on him now!
As for Rasmus' miscue in the outfield. Well it's about time. The Giants have given away enough games due to poor defense this season. it's about time they won one due to poor defense.