Well things didn’t work out for the Braves tonight but there was plenty of high profile fan sighting, at least. We spotted Ted Turner at the ball park named for him, sitting near former President Jimmy Carter and wife Rosalynn right behind home plate.
The former president, who had a little health scare the other day, looked great and was wearing his trademark JC belt buckle.
He was wearing a Braves cap and gave us a thumbs up when we said hello.
Braves player turned analyst Brian Jordan was happy to be there to pull for his former boss. “I’m excited for Bobby Cox. Bobby’s a player’s manager,” Jordan said.
“The top word is respect. That’s something he gave all of us as players. He taught us to give 110 percent. I just want to see him go as far as he can go.”
Moya Angela, starring in “Dreamgirls,” at the Fox this week, performed the National Anthem. “It was so last-minute. I think we found out on Friday,” Angela