TV: FOX Sports Florida TIME: Pregame coverage begins at 3:30 p.m. The Miami Marlins have been eliminated from playoff contention, but they haven't stopped fighting. The Arizona Diamondbacks are closing in on their first playoff berth since 2011, but they haven't stopped working to accomplish their goal. That, in a nutshell, figures to be the mindset for the Marlins (73-81) and Diamondbacks (89-66) when they meet in Sunday's rubber game of a three-game series. "This is September baseball," Arizona manager Torey Lovullo told mlb.com. "When you are driving toward something as special as we are, you feel that moment." Watch the Miami Marlins on FOX Sports Florida Broadcast schedule FOX Sports Go
LOS ANGELES — The Dodgers finish off the home portion of their regular season schedule beginning on Monday night with three games against the division-rival Padres. Here is a look at both teams heading into the series at Dodger Stadium. Teams: Dodgers (99-57) at Padres (70-86) Dodgers-Padres 2017 Split records: Dodgers 54-24 at home, Padres 27-48 on road Run differential: Dodgers +170 (1st in NL), Padres -181 (15th in NL) Runs scored: Dodgers 4.68 per game (8th), Padres 3.79 (15th) OPS+: Dodgers 102 (2nd), Padres 85 (14th) wRC+: Dodgers 104 (1st), Padres 84 (14th) Runs allowed: Dodgers 3.59 (1st), Padres 4.96 (11th) ERA+: Dodgers 124 (2nd), Padres 90 (12th) Last 10 games: Dodgers 5-5, Padres
Aaron Judge has already cleared 200 strikeouts, and Khris Davis could soon join him—and you live with it, because both have also topped 40 homers for the year. The thing to remember here is that not every rookie splashes onto the scene the way Judge, Cody Bellinger, Matt Olson, and Rhys Hoskins have. Hunter Renfroe and Manuel Margot have both shown flashes of brilliance, with Renfroe second on the club to Wil Myers in homers and Margot turning into an all-around threat who leads all Padres position players in Wins Above Replacement.