(WNFL)- The Milwaukee Brewers replenished their overworked bullpen this morning by recalling right-hander Rob Wooten from Triple-"A" Nashville. The Brewers sent utility player Elian Herrara back down to Nashville to make room for Wooten. Manager Ron Roenicke said yesterday he would try to bring in much-needed relief for the relievers. That's after he resorted to having catcher Martin Maldonado pitch the final inning of a six-run Brewers' loss at Saint Louis. Wooten was called up briefly last month. At Nashville, he has thrown five scoreless innings with no record. The changes leave Milwaukee with only two true healthy outfielders going into the a four-game series with the Reds that starts tonight in Cincinnati. Ryan Braun is still out with a strained oblique muscle, and Logan Schafer is on the disabled list until at least Saturday with a bad hamstring. Infielders Mark Reynolds, Lyle Overbay, and Jeff Bianchi could play the outfield if necessary. They've done it on a limited basis. By sending down Herrera, the Brewers chose to keep struggling Rule-Five reliever Wei-Chung Wang and two players who are at second base only -- Scooter Gennett and Rickie Weeks. Right-hander Marco Estrada will start tonight's contest against the Reds. Righty Homer Bailey goes for Cincinnati.