By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Before the season opener, the Phillies honored the two Pennsylvania State troopers killed in a crash on I-95 last month.

Pictures of Branden Sisca and Martin Mack were displayed on the large scoreboard for a moment of silence.

Branden T. Sisca and Martin Mack

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The players bowed their heads, along with the fans.

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The families of both slain troopers were in attendance to witness this special moment.

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Mack and Sisca were hit and killed by an SUV on March 21 while they were trying to rescue a pedestrian who was walking on I-95 South near the Broad Street exit.