After a climactic series in Philadelphia, the Atlanta Braves are headed to South Beach for a three-game set with the Miami Marlins. It will be the last regular season contest with the Fish. Although the NL East winner has been decided, it will be a pivotal series for the Marlins, who continue to fight for a playoff spot.
The series gets underway tonight at 6:40 ET with Bryce Elder facing Johnny Cueto.
Game two is set for Saturday at 4:10 ET, and neither team has announced a starter. Kyle Wright or Jared Shuster seem to be the leading options for the Braves.
The series finale will begin Sunday afternoon at 1:40 ET. Charlie Morton is set to take on Jesus Luzardo.
The Braves enter play with a 96-50 record, and will hopefully inch closer to a 100-win season.
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