The 66-43 Reds look to bounce back tonight at 8:10 as their ace Johnny Cueto (14-5, 2.52 ERA) looks to notch his career best record going against the Brewers rookie RHP Mike Fiers who is 5-4 on the season bearing a 1.88 ERA. Fiers was brought up in late May and has proven to the struggling Brewers club that he deserves a spot on the rotation. The key to Cueto’s success would be to keep the ball in the park; though it sounds too obvious, the Milwaukee Brewers scored 4 of their 6 runs off the long and couldn’t really manifest much of the small ball. After watching Bronson Arroyo’s breaking balls getting left over the plate and resulting in some massive belts out of the park, it would appear these Brewers are looking to break their slump and make another charge at the division contenders. There isn’t much to predict or over analyze over tonight’s matchup. The Reds ace is taking the mound but has struggled during his last two outings. The Brewers' pitching is tough but young; the Reds certainly have the artillery to bring down Miller Park with explosive power.