Country superstar Rodney Atkins will be at the home of the Braves to sing the national anthem as the Philadelphia Phillies head to Turner Field for opening day. For the first time in almost 20 years, though, the Atlanta Braves will have a new face at third base -- but no worries, Chipper Jones will be on hand to see his No. 10 retired later in the season. After reaching the post-season last year, skipper Fredi Gonzalez finds himself with an exciting outfield of Jason Heyward and new additions B.J. and Justin Upton, the hot-hitting brothers who happened to both smash their 100th career home runs on the same day in 2012. And with veterans Dan Uggla, Brian McCann and Freddie Freeman returning and a solid pitching staff led by Tim Hudson and closer Craig Kimbrel, the Bravos are set to tear it up again this year. The Phillies and manager Charlie Manuel counter with their own vets, including Roy Halladay, Ryan Howard, Carlos Ruiz and Chase Utley. Come out and experience the always-exciting first game of the season and see singer Rodney Atkins perform in the Fan Plaza before opening pitch. Atkins is a CMA winner, who's racked up six No. 1 hits, including "Take a Back Road."
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