The Players’ Association donated $ 1 million through the AFL-CIO to stadium workers and “others facing financial difficulties” during the lockout.
When opening day arrives and Seattle’s T-Mobile Park remains deserted due to Major League Baseballs lockout, Otis Williams will have to come up with a Plan B.
As a chef who gathers a full-time income at Seattle’s major sports venues, Williams will see his most abundant and consistent source of income – the 81 home games from the Seattle Mariners – suffocate. Already due to miss six games after MLB canceled two seriesWilliams, 47, worries about supporting his five children ages 7 to 23 and making quarterly tuition payments to his daughter, who is studying nursing at Eastern Washington University.
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