So what’s new at Turner Field?

Other than the option of paperless ticketing — and an injury-altered starting pitching rotation — here are more new things you’ll find at Turner Field this season:

Commemorating No. 715: Forty years ago Tuesday night — April 8, 1974 — Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruth's career home-run record by hitting No. 715 over the fence in left-center field at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium. Although that stadium is gone, a decal at a comparable spot on Turner Field's outfield wall will commemorate the historic homer.

The wall decal matches the patch the Braves are wearing on the right sleeve of their game uniforms this season. It is shaped like home plate and includes the number 715, Aaron’s autograph and, at the top, a “40th Anniversary” banner.

The Braves’ season-long celebration of the then-record homer will begin with a ceremony honoring Aaron before Tuesday’s 7:10 p.m. home opener against the Mets. Braves executive vice president of sales and marketing Derek Schiller advises fans to arrive by 6 p.m.

Batting-practice apparel: The Braves will reprise an old look with new caps for their pregame work. Similar to those the team wore in the 1970s, the caps have a red, lower-case "a" outlined in white and blue on a white background. To match the current color scheme, the bill and back half of the cap are a darker blue than the 1970s model. New batting-practice jerseys are navy on the front and sleeves, with a red back.

Phone charging stations: Five charging stations, each with multiple outlets, have been installed around the ballpark for fans to juice up their smartphone batteries.

Concessions lineup changes: Sweetwater Brewing takes over the beer island in the center of the fan plaza. Rita's Italian Ice will have four stands on the concourses.

In the museum: New exhibits in the stadium's Braves museum will include displays celebrating the 40th anniversary of Aaron's No. 715 and the 100th anniversary of the (Boston) Braves' first World Series championship in 1914. A Braves-in-Cooperstown display will honor 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame inductees Bobby Cox, Tom Glavine and Greg Maddux.

Military-appreciation jerseys: These will be worn for five home games, the first on April 26 vs. Cincinnati. The jerseys are red with navy and white piping, an American flag patch on the left sleeve and the Braves script in navy with white stars. They will be sold in online auctions to benefit military-supportive charities after each game in which they're worn.

Hyundai lot: Replacing the former Nalley lot at the convenient corner of Hank Aaron Drive and Ralph D. Abernathy Boulevard, this pay lot will be for drivers of Hyundai vehicles only.

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