San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy said special moments like Matt Cain's perfect game "bring teams together even more."
Having lost three of four since, the Giants may be hoping the right-hander has another gem in store Monday night.
Cain will take the mound for the first time since making history last week, visiting a Los Angeles Angels team that's been stellar on the mound as well recently.
The Giants (37-30) have struggled since Cain pitched baseball's 22nd perfect game in a 10-0 win over Houston on Wednesday, losing the next day to the Astros before dropping two of three at Seattle over the weekend.
They allowed a run in the bottom of the ninth inning Sunday to lose 2-1 after going 1 for 8 with runners in scoring position.
"Timely hits, that's what wins games for you and we were missing that today,'' Bochy said.
Cain (8-2, 2.18 ERA) looks to help San Francisco get back on track after striking out 14 Wednesday - tied with Sandy Koufax for the most in a perfect game. H...