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Wild Card Schedules

Since all the Marlins fans will be scoreboard watching for the rest of the season, here is what our competition is up against.

For top NL wild-card contenders:

San Diego (6 home, 11 away): at L.A. Dodgers (4), today-Monday; vs. Arizona (3), Tuesday-Thursday; vs. Pittsburgh (3), Sept. 22-24; at St. Louis (3), Sept. 25-27; at Arizona (4), Sept. 28-Oct. 1.

Phiadelphia (7 home, 9 away): at Houston (3), today-Sunday; vs. Chicago Cubs (3), Monday-Wednesday; vs. Marlins (3), Sept. 23-25; vs. Houston (1), Sept. 25; at Washington (3), Sept. 26-28; at Marlins (3), Sept. 29-Oct. 1.

San Francisco (6 home, 10 away): at St. Louis (3), today-Sunday; at Colorado (3), Monday-Wednesday; at Milwaukee (4), Sept. 21-24; vs. Arizona (3), Sept. 25-27; vs. L.A. Dodgers (3), Sept. 29-Oct. 1.

Florida (6 home, 10 away): at Atlanta (3), today-Sunday; at N.Y. Mets (4), Monday-Thursday; at Philadelphia (3), Sept. 22-24; vs. Cincinnati (3), Sept. 26-28; vs. Philadelphia (3), Sept. 29-Oct. 1.

Cincinnati (4 home, 12 away): at Chicago Cubs (3), today-Sunday; at Houston (3), Monday-Wednesday; vs. Cubs (4), Sept. 22-25; at Marlins (3), Sept. 26-28; at Pittsburgh (3), Sept. 29-Oct. 1.

Houston (10 home, 7 away): vs. Philadelphia (3), today-Sunday; vs. Cincinnati (3), Monday-Wednesday; vs. St. Louis (4), Sept. 21-24; at Philadelphia (1), Sept. 25; at Pittsburgh (3), Sept. 26-28; at Atlanta (3), Sept. 29-Oct. 1.

L.A. Dodgers* (10 home, 6 away): vs. San Diego (4), today-Monday; vs. Pittsburgh (3), Tuesday-Thursday; vs. Arizona (3), Sept. 22-24; at Colorado (3), Sept. 26-28; at San Francisco (3), Sept. 29-Oct. 1.

*Dodgers would be in wild-card race if they fall out of first in NL West.

At the time I am writing this, the Padres are only .5 games behind the NL West leading Dodgers.