Marlins' doubleheader split to cap homestand sets up big final week for playoff race

MIAMI — Buckle up, Marlins fans.It’s going to be a wild final week to an already wild 2020 Major League Baseball season.The Marlins, still very much in playoff contention, split their doubleheader against the Washington Nationals on Sunday, winning the first game 2-1 before an 15-0 loss to close out their regular-season slate at Marlins Park. Miami went 3-2 in the five-game series against Washington and 9-6 overall in the 15-game, 11-day homestand.They are 28-25 on the season, clinging to a one-game lead over the Philadelphia Phillies for second place in the NL East and a guaranteed spot in th…

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