Traffic: Motorists are reminded they can log on to www.511pa.com, www.511nj.org or call 511 from any phone before or after the game to check traffic conditions on major highways surrounding the Sports Complex.

Phandom: Fans are encouraged to check-in using the At the Ballpark, Citizens Bank Park's official mobile app! Fans can also follow the action before and during the game via @Phillies on Twitter, also featuring in-game "tweet your ticket" and other special opportunities. Plus, check out MLB.com's At Bat App for lots more.

Extra! Extra! Issue 1 of the 2014 Phillies Magazine featuring new Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg, available at the Majestic Clubhouse Store or ballpark NewsStands.

Check it out:   What's New at Citizens Bank Park this season!

ATLANTA BRAVES (April 14-17)

MONDAY: 7:05 p.m. … Gate openings: Ashburn Alley - 5:05 p.m.; Other gates - 5:35 p.m. … Broadcast: TCN, ESPN, Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, SportsRadio 94WIP and in Spanish on SAP and 1680 WTTM.

  • Hatfield Phillies Franks Dollar Dog Night. The first of the season! Be on the lookout for Smiley the Pig, Hatfield's mascot during the game!
  • Phillies College Media Night. Local communications and journalism college students will go behind-the-scenes with Phillies Communications and PR professionals prior to the game.
  • Autism Awareness Night. First Ball: Benjamin Hoyt, representing Autism Speaks and MLB's league-wide support of autism awareness; and Kevin Greco Jr., representing TopSports.
  • Down Syndrome Awareness Night. First Ball: Zachary Ginet, member of the T21 Club of the Delaware Valley.
  • Mentoring Program Appreciation Night.
  • Phillies Extraordinary Scholar Winners presented by Cabrini College: Emily Flynn (Oxford Area High School, Oxford, Pa.) and Joseph Blaisse (Archbishop Carroll High School, Wayne, Pa.) will be honored for their work in the community while maintaining a minimum B average.
  • National Anthem: Souderton Area High School.
  • Charitable Ticket Program: Hamels' Heroes (Wounded Warrior Project).
  • Dual Events at Complex. Sixers take on the Celtics, 7:00 p.m., Wells Fargo Center.
  • Tickets: Fans can purchase tickets at phillies.com, by calling 215-463-1000 or in person at the First Base Gate Ticket Windows.

TUESDAY: 7:05 p.m. … Gate openings: Ashburn Alley - 5:05 p.m.; Other gates - 5:35 p.m. … Broadcast: CSN, Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, SportsRadio 94WIP and in Spanish on SAP and 1680 WTTM.

  • Phillies Salute to Jackie Robinson. Fans are encouraged to be in their seats by 6:35 p.m. for on-field pregame celebration.
    • All fans will receive a Jackie Robinson print featuring quotes from Phillies players and manager Ryne Sandberg on what Jackie meant to them.
    • Mahlon Duckett, second baseman of the historic Philadelphia Stars, will be honored on the field. The Philadelphia Stars was in existence from 1934 to 1952 and won the 1934 Negro National League pennant. Phillies players will also participate in the tribute.
    • Honor Guard: Members of the famed Tuskegee Airmen, who made African American history at the same time Jackie Robinson broke the color line in Major League Baseball.
    • National Anthem: Chrystal E. Williams, mezzo-soprano & Academy of Vocal Arts Resident Artist.
    • Phillies Jackie Robinson Scholarship presentation to: Gwen Franklin, a senior at Central High School and RBI All-Star softball player.
    • Jackie Robinson Foundation Recognition of Whitney Muse and Dantawn Nicholson.
    • Meet and greet with Sylvia Castellanos, who will show portraits of Jackie Robinson and Gen. Davis, Commander of the Tuskegee Airmen.
    • Ashburn Alley: Take photos with a life-size, hand-carved and painted wooden statue of Jackie Robinson. The statue, which weighs over 250 pounds and stands over 6 feet tall, was created by sculptor Brian Birrer and took over 900 hours to transform from over 50 pieces of walnut, pine and basswood.
  • Charitable Ticket Program: Lee's VIPs (CHOP).
  • Tickets: Fans can purchase tickets at phillies.com, by calling 215-463-1000 or in person at the First Base Gate Ticket Windows.

WEDNESDAY: 7:05 p.m. … Gate openings: Ashburn Alley - 5:05 p.m.; Other gates - 5:35 p.m. … Broadcast: PHL 17, Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, SportsRadio 94WIP and in Spanish on SAP and 1680 WTTM.

  • Phillies Explorers Recognition. Members of the Phillies Explorers troop from the Boy Scouts of America will be introduced on-field during pregame.
  • Parkinson Council Night.
  • Occupational Therapy Night.
  • St. Pius X Parish Night. National Anthem: St. Pius X Choir (Broomall, Pa.).
  • First Ball: Emilie Perkins, representing Tastykake.
  • Pre-game Performance by Bracken Cavaliers Alumni Drum and Bugle Corps (Bristol, Pa.).
  • Charitable Ticket Program: Chooch's Chicos (ACLAMO Family Centers).
  • Tickets: Fans can purchase tickets at phillies.com, by calling 215-463-1000 or in person at the First Base Gate Ticket Windows.

THURSDAY: 1:05 p.m. … Gate openings: Ashburn Alley - 11:05 a.m.; Other gates - 11:35 a.m. … Broadcast: CSN, Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, SportsRadio 94WIP and in Spanish on SAP and 1680 WTTM.

  • Citizens Bank Business Person Special. Take a break from work & enjoy an afternoon game! First Ball: John Somerville, representing Citizens Bank.
  • Citizens Bank Red Goes Green Day.  
    • All fans will receive a MLB Network reusable tote.
    • Presentation of Red Goes Green Sustainability Initiative Award to Gail Reinhart, 3rd grade teacher and head of the Ecology Club at Welch Elementary School (Churchville, Pa.).
    • Nineteen local "green" vendors will be stationed at the First Base, Third Base and Left Field Gates.
  • Bank of America Honorary Bat Boy or Girl.
  • National Anthem: Montgomery School.
  • Tickets: Fans can purchase tickets at phillies.com, by calling 215-463-1000 or in person at the First Base Gate Ticket Windows.