One Last Time: Phillies Close Out Disappointing 2012 Campaign at Citizens Bank Park

One Last Time: Phillies Close Out Disappointing 2012 Campaign at Citizens Bank Park

The Phillies will play their final game of the 2012 season at Citizens Bank Park tonight when they take on the Washington Nationals. They'll play out the string with a series in Miami before a season-ender in DC next week. But tonight is the last dance in South Philadelphia.

As Phils beat writer David Murphy lamented on Twitter earlier in the day, this is the first time in half a decade that the Phillies will host a game at CBP knowing it's their final contest there of the season.

With as disappointing as 2012 has been, we'll still be sad to not have baseball to watch down Broad Street for another long winter.

Tyler Cloyd has the honors on fan appreciation night. The Phillies should be extra appreciative this season for the fans that stuck around despite such a rough first few months. Granted, the team has bounced back quite strongly since the trade deadline.

Alas, the gaping chasm between them and the other wild card teams proved just too damn big to overcome.

So pour one out for the 2012 campaign tonight and save a little for next week when they pack their lockers up after a trip to DC.

7:05. Tell your season ticket holder section mates you'll miss them.

Sixers' game vs. Kings rescheduled for Jan. 30

Sixers' game vs. Kings rescheduled for Jan. 30

The NBA has determined a new date for the Sixers home game against the Kings, which was postponed on Nov. 30 because of unsafe playing conditions on the court.

The game has been rescheduled for Monday, Jan. 30 at 6 p.m. This will create back-to-backs for both teams.

The Sixers are playing in Chicago on Jan. 29. They will play consecutive games against the Bulls and Kings, then have a road back-to-back against the Mavericks and Spurs on Feb. 1 and 2.

The Kings will be on what is now an eight-game road trip. They will play a back-to-back against the Rockets the next night in Houston.