Sports On TV, 9/27

Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Your daily TV schedule, personalized for Florida sports fans.

Here is Thursday's sports T.V. schedule, customized for the Florida sports fan.

With Thursday night's NFL game going on in Baltimore, Md., where the Cleveland Browns will take on the Ravens, and no college football in the Sunshine State until Saturday, Thursday presents an opportunity for Florida sports fans to take in the last bit of the MLB season, as both the Miami Marlins and Tampa Bay Rays are in action.

Miami Marlins vs. Atlanta Braves -- 7:10 p.m. on Fox Sports Florida (South):

The Marlins (66-89) have lost six straight games and eight of their last nine, but will look to rebound tonight against the Atlanta Braves (90-65), who have clinched a postseason berth. The Braves are looking to win their 14th game against the Marlins this season.

Tampa Bay Rays vs. Chicago White Sox -- 8:10 p.m. on Sun Sports:

The Rays (85-70) start a crucial three-game series against the White Sox (82-73) tonight. Both Tampa Bay and Chicago are fighting for a postseason berth, with the Rays three games back in the Wild Card race and the White Sox one game behind the Detroit Tigers in the AL Central.

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