Sports on TV, 9/25: Marlins, Rays in action on Tuesday

Tuesday's television schedule, customized for the Florida Sports fan.

After the Monday Night Football controversy and the NFL replacement refs striking again, Tuesday presents an opportunity for sports fans to take in properly officiated, professional sports contests. In Florida, baseball takes center stage as both the Miami Marlins and Tampa Bay Rays will be taking the diamond in critical games on Tuesday.

MLB: Miami vs. Atlanta, 7:10 p.m. ET, FS-F HD: The Marlins are in Atlanta on Tuesday for the first of their three-game series with the Braves this week. Tuesday night's contest is big for the Braves as they are on the cusp of clinching a spot in the playoffs. Meanwhile, the Marlins are looking to snap a four-game losing streak while trying to delay Atlanta's celebration in the process.

MLB: Rays vs. Red Sox, 7:10 p.m. ET, Sun Sports: Tampa kicks off six consecutive road games on Tuesday night when they take on Boston at Fenway Park. With nine games left on the schedule, the Rays are fighting for their playoff lives. David Price will take the mound for Tampa as he tries to help Tampa get into the postseason, while also trying to finish the year with the AL lead in both wins and ERA.

For more on the Marlins, be sure to check out Fish Stripes. For more on the Rays, head on over to DRays Bay. Also, Baseball Nation has you covered for all of the happenings around Major League Baseball.

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