It’s a strange time indeed when the topic is paying Dodgers employees in march rather than talking Spring Training games. Team President and CEO Stan Kasten took the time to talk this week about how the team plans to take care of workers and players, as well as plans for the season.
In regards to the Dodgers finally getting to play baseball, Kasten might be as clueless as we are. He does acknowledge that plenty of conversations are being had every day to get a better idea of what to expect.
We literally have conference calls of one kind or another every day – whether it’s with staff or outside experts or MLB – on various topics in our business. There’s just a lot going on. It’s very complicated.
The Dodgers do not know when games will be played, and that puts employees in a tough spot. Many were worried about whether or not they would have jobs that they relied on starting in March. The team took care of those worries earlier this week when they announced a $1 million commitment to stadium employees.
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