There were all kinds of familiar faces at Bright House Field for the Phillies spring opener Wednesday.

Jamie Moyer and Matt Stairs were high above home plate, calling their first game as the team’s new TV broadcasters.

Chris Coste, now head baseball coach at Concordia College in Minnesota, threw out a ceremonial first pitch. He was in town with his team for its spring training.

Scott Rolen was also in the house with his two young children. The former Phillies third baseman is beginning his second year out of the game, but like Moyer, who pitched until he was 49, won’t use the word “retired.”

“I’m not going to shut anything down,” said Rolen, who turns 39 in April. “I’ll leave some options open. I wanted to see how it felt after taking a year off and trying to heal and recover a little bit. I don’t know. I’m not going to shut any doors.”

Rolen had offers to re-sign with Cincinnati or join the Dodgers last season but chose to take the year off.