The silent superstar for San Francisco's young pitching staff is fire-baller Matt Cain. Few would argue that Cain is among the game's most dominant, albeit under-appreciated starting pitchers, and his impact during the Giant's 2010 Championship season was invaluable. Over just five full seasons since his debut as the most anticipated pitching prospect in 2005, Cain has been the picture of consistency and production. In just over 1,000 innings pitched, Cain has registered more than 900 strikeouts, an ERA of 3.45 and a WHIP of 1.22. While his win-loss record may not seem as impressive (57-62), those numbers are incredibly deceiving. The truth is that Cain's run-support has not been as consistent as his own performance, failing to register wins in a host of games where he's held opponents to little or no runs. This fact is supported by his consistently being among the league's leaders in quality starts. His post-season dominance in 2010 was capped off by 7 2/3 scoreless innings in Game Two of the Fall Classic against Texas, becoming only the fifth pitcher in postseason history to register more than 20 innings without yielding a single earned run. This propensity to deliver when it's needed most has earned him the nickname "Big Game Cain."