The Atlanta Braves and visiting Miami Marlins both still have plenty riding on their final series of the season.
The Braves (33-22) have clinched the NL East and have now moved past the Chicago Cubs as the No. 2 seed in the playoffs. The Marlins (28-27) have a magic number of three to sew up a wild-card spot and nail down their first postseason spot since 2003.
It is the 20th division title and third in a row for Atlanta, which won a record 14 straight from 1991-2005 -- excluding the strike-shortened 1994 season -- as well as 1969, '82, 2013 and the previous two seasons.