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Cincinnati Reds playing last regular season home game

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

The Cincinnati Reds will be playing their last regular season home game on Thursday.

The gates at GABP will open at 11:05 a.m. and the Reds will take the field against the Milwaukee Brewers at 12:35 p.m.

Fans will also be able to enjoy several discounted tickets, including lower level Field Box seats for $14 (regularly $34).

Pitcher Mat Latos is scheduled to take the mound for the Reds to square off again with Brewers rookie pitcher, Wily Peralta.

Fans attending Thursday's game will bring the season attendance total to over 2.34 million, which is a 5.5 percent increase from last season.

This is the 81st home game of the 2012 Reds season and the 10th year of Great American Ball Park.

Following the game, Reds front office staff, led by COO Phil Castellini, will be positioned at the gates around the Great American Ball Park at the end of the game to personally thank fans for their support all season long. 

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