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Dodgers vs. Marlins series info, TV times & pitching matchups

Los Angeles Dodgers v Miami Marlins Photo by Bryan Cereijo/Getty Images

For the second time in three weeks, the Dodgers and Marlins will meet for three games. In their first matchup, the series finale was rescheduled into a doubleheader due to a tropical storm, only it was in Los Angeles and not Miami. Since loanDepot Park has a roof, no such shenanigans are expected for this three-game series in Florida.

The Dodgers won two of three games over the Marlins in Los Angeles, dropping Tony Gonsolin’s last stand in the series opener before sweeping a Mookie Betts-infused doubleheader the next day.

The Marlins (70-67) remain in a dogfight for a playoff berth, entering Monday in a virtual four-way tie for the final wild card spot with the D-backs (70-67), Giants (70-67), and Reds (71-68).

The Dodgers are 19-14 all-time at loanDepot Park in Miami, which opened in 2012. That included taking three of four games in August 2022.

Julio Urías was originally scheduled to start on Thursday in Miami, but did not travel with the Dodgers on the road trip after getting arrested on domestic violence charges on Sunday night in Los Angeles.

Dodgers vs. Marlins schedule

Tuesday, 3:40 p.m.
Clayton Kershaw vs. Jesús Luzardo (L)
SportsNet LA

Wednesday, 3:40 p.m.
Lance Lynn vs. TBA
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Thursday, 3:40 p.m.
TBA vs. Braxton Garrett (L)
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