1. To be overlooked despite outstanding performance due to being overshadowed
by teammates thanks to the ignorance of the media, such what frequently happens to San Francisco
Giants pitcher Matt Cain after pitching a good game.
2. Alternatively, it can refer to having one's good work
spoiled by teammates' incompetence, such as when Matt Cain gives up only two runs but nonetheless loses
due to a lack of run support.
Example 1: I discovered a cure for cancer, but my boss took all the credit. I got Cained.
Example 2: I spent months setting
up the experiments, but my labmate Cained me by accidentally deleting all the data.