How to Watch Atlanta Braves vs. Miami Marlins: Channel, Live Stream, Game Time – April 23

At Truist Park on Tuesday, Marcell Ozuna and the Atlanta Braves (15-6) face Luis Arraez and the Miami Marlins (6-18), beginning at 7:20 PM ET.

To watch Atlanta and Miami square off, check out the article below, which contains information on how to stream the game live or watch it on TV.

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Braves vs. Marlins TV Channel and Live Stream

  • Date: Tuesday, April 23, 2024
  • Time: 7:20 PM ET
  • TV: BSSO
  • Live Stream: Watch this game on Fubo (Regional restrictions may apply)
  • Location: Atlanta, Georgia
  • Venue: Truist Park

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Probable Pitchers

Max Fried (ATL) Pitcher Trevor Rogers (MIA)
1 – 0 W/L 0 – 2
16.1 IP 20.2
7.71 ERA 3.92
1.959 WHIP 1.548
6.6 K/9 8.7
5 BB/9 3.5

Braves vs. Marlins Top Hitters


  • Marcell Ozuna has accumulated a team-best slugging percentage (.687) while pacing the Braves in hits (27). He’s hitting .325 with three doubles, nine home runs and 10 walks.
  • Ronald Acuna Jr. has a .408 on-base percentage to lead his team. He has four doubles, a home run and 13 walks while hitting .293.
  • Michael Harris II is batting .307 with three doubles, a triple, three home runs and five walks. He has a .466 slugging percentage, which leads the Braves.
  • Travis d’Arnaud is batting .273 with five doubles, five home runs and five walks.

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  • Luis Arraez leads Miami with an OBP of .336, plus a team-best slugging percentage of .347.
  • Bryan De La Cruz has 27 hits to go with a slugging percentage of .465, both of which lead Miami hitters this season.
  • Josh Bell has collected 17 base hits, an OBP of .297 and a slugging percentage of .330 this season.
  • Jazz Chisholm has been key for Miami with 21 hits, an OBP of .330 plus a slugging percentage of .372.

Braves vs. Marlins Season Splits


  • At home this season, the Braves are 7-3.
  • The Braves’ record in day games is 6-3, and in night games it’s 9-3.
  • In terms of one-run games, Atlanta is 4-3.
  • When facing lefties, the Braves have gone 5-3, and versus righties they are 10-3.

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  • Miami has won four and lost seven in their 11 road games this season.
  • In day games, the Marlins are 4-10. In night games, they are 2-8.
  • So far this season, Miami is 1-3 in one-run games.
  • The Marlins are 1-10 versus left-handers, and 5-8 versus right-handers.

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