Fiers has believed that for a while. Rookie Mike Fiers will make his 18th start of the season on Saturday. When Mike Fiers is delivering run-scoring hits, you know the Brewers are running hot. All of a sudden, everything is going right for a team that finds itself one game under .500 for the first time since April 30, when Fiers was still pitching at Triple-A Nashville. It was the 15th victory in 19 games for the Brewers, who pulled within five games of the Cardinals for the National League's second Wild Card berth. Yes, the postseason is just weeks away, but Cardinals manager Mike Matheny doesn't want his team to do anything differently during the stretch run. Milwaukee would need a miraculous final few weeks to make the postseason, but manager Ron Roenicke is glad to see his team make a run into relevancy in 2012.