Bronson Arroyo probably didn't escape from Cuba and sign with the Marlins, while his half-brother Orlando went on to success with the New York Yankees. Probably. But he pitches like Livan Hernandez. At least, the Livan from 10 years ago, not the mop-up man currently with the Braves. Command, control, slow dookie, and change-ups that make the slow fastballs seem fast. It's kind of impressive.
The Giants are impressed. Through the first three innings, Arroyo hasn't allowed a runner. The first two balls of the game were crushed, but right out outfielders. Since then, Arroyo has pitched much better, with the last three outs coming by way of the strikeout.