Atlanta played the Scorpions song between innings, which came in poor taste as crowds of people have been ordered to evacuate Florida as Category 4 Hurricane Irma looms in the Atlantic Ocean.
A Braves official told the Miami Herald that the song is on the home playlist but "should have been pulled."
The song won't be played again during the four-game series. The Braves beat the Marlins 6-5 Friday in the first game of the series.
The Atlanta Braves are extending an invitation to all Florida residents, as well as residents of the Georgia and South Carolina counties under evacuation orders who travel to the Atlanta area, to be their guests for the next four nights at SunTrust Park," the Braves said in a press release Thursday.
"Displaced residents under evacuation orders can come to the Braves ticket office on the day of the game, show their valid state I.D. and receive a complimentary ticket."
"We know how difficult it has been for those who have had to pack up and leave their homes as Hurricane Irma approaches," said Derek Schiller, Braves President of Business. "We hope we can help take their mind off the storm for a few hours by coming to enjoy a baseball game at SunTrust Park."
The Braves and Marlins battle again at 7:35 p.m. Friday. The National League East squads play at 7 p.m. Saturday and 1:35 p.m. Sunday at SunTrust Park.
Miami has lost five straight games and 10 of its last 11 contests.