In case you missed it: September 27

BY foxsports • September 28, 2013

In case you missed it, here were the top sports stories from FOX Sports Florida from Friday, September 27:

* With the Rays' loss, Tampa Bay and Cleveland sit tied one game ahead of Texas in the tight race for the American League wild-card spots. Andrew Astleford takes a look at what happened and what comes next. Read More

* Giancarlo Stanton drove in all three Marlins runs as Miami took down the visiting Tigers in the first game of their season-ending series. Read More
* Three errors proved costly for the Rays, who dropped their series opener in Toronto and had their seven-game win streak snapped by the Blue Jays. Read More

* The Gators have won 26 consecutive games against Kentucky, and they roll into Lexington, Ky., on Saturday with the hopes of setting an SEC record by making it 27. Read More

* Already carrying a nearly full roster, the Heat signed veteran guard Roger Mason Jr. to a non-guaranteed deal Friday. Read More

* Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria fired longtime team exec and president of baseball operations Larry Beinfest on Friday, putting to an end Beinfest’s 12-year stay with the franchise. Read More

* The unbeaten Dolphins, who haven’t played on Monday night since early 2011, are ready for their shot at glory in New Orleans against the also undefeated Saints. Read More

* The Heat will host the 'Red & White' game on Oct. 6. The scrimmage will be open to the public. Read More

* Check out Andrew Astleford's weekly review of who's running hot and cold around the majors. View Gallery

* How far has Josh Freeman’s status fallen in Tampa Bay? He may be put on the inactive list for Sunday's game vs. the Cardinals. Read More

* New Panthers owner Vincent Viola says he is committed to putting a winning team on the ice in south Florida. Read More