If the line-up is set as I suggested, or anything close, Tejada will be batting behind Sandoval in some capacity. Even if he bats ahead of Sandoval, both players success will be directy related.
Sandoval launches alot of doubles, a few triples, and hits deep, towering flys that could probably score Cecil Fielder from third. Tejada isn't the fastes guy these days, but if he can get on base, Sandoval might see a huge jump in his RBI total. There would be a good chance that Pablo steps up to the plate with at least two guys on frequently.
Going back to my proposed line-up, if Tejada can find the swing early in the year, and Sandoval returns to the line-up and produces as if it was 2009, Miggy Tejada might be able to be the guy with all the clutch RBI's. I know it's a hypothesis at best considering the two will have to come out and impress us, but there would be no greater catalyst for the 2011 Giants squad then to have two players that weren't a direct part of the title run, making plays when it counts.
The pitching staff would cetainly agree with this proposed hope.
Breifly stated, Sandoval is loved in SF. Few others can rally the crowd without actually setting foot on the field. His bat is important to not only the clubhouse, but for the fans who have embraced him.
Tejada could be the guy that see's the pitches right over the belt, making him a popular choice in my opinion for a breakout year.