I've noticed this as well and have to agree that both have been pleasant surprises. Capellan has been much better then I expected coming from the Brewers. Miner did have a hiccup in the 9th against the Mariners in his last game, but has been pretty consistent before that.
On a side note, both Rodney and Zumaya have started throwing sessions in the last week and look to be on pace to return on their projected schedules. Getting the bullpen right is going to be very important going into the last 2 months of the season.
I agree... I just don't want them to rush Zumaya back AT ALL... I like him throwing mildly right now, but I wouldn't want him even attempting to throw hard until mid-august or so, regardless of how well his finger feels.