Your Favorite Slugger is a Union Brother


By Evan Henerson

There was a time when Major League Baseball players were treated like property. They were not permitted to hire a lawyer or agent to negotiate their contracts and the right to change employers – which we know as free agency - did not exist. They had no control over where they were traded. They were forced to play when injured, had meager per diem for meals, brutal traveling schedules. The list goes on.

Every Night at Dodger Stadium, UNITE HERE Workers Hit Home Runs

By Evan Henerson

It takes a small village to operate a stadium, as anybody who has ever attended a professional sporting event can attest. Granted, we sports fans go to the ballpark to take in the on-field action, but the overall experience would be quite a bit diminished without the hard work of the stadium employees who make it all hum.

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