Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles is about to play host to many important festivities in the next couple of days.
Tomorrow, there will be the Futures Game.
On Sunday, the MLB Draft will take place.
Monday and Tuesday mark the T-Mobile Home Run Derby and the All-Star Game.
However, Dodger Stadium workers were planning to go on strike thanks to a labor dispute.
Apparently though, much progress has been made in labor negotiations.
Los Angeles Dodgers insider Fabian Ardaya provided an update on these labor negotiations and revealed that the workers will not be striking during any of the All-Star Week festivities.
Dodger Stadium workers say they will not strike during the All-Star Game and its related events (which would’ve started tomorrow with the Futures Game). https://t.co/HKLuZuskT9
— Fabian Ardaya (@FabianArdaya) July 15, 2022
Workers Won’t Strike During All-Star Week
This is good news.
Stadium workers are going to be needed now more than ever with all of festivities taking place in the next few days.
A lot is going to be happening at Dodger Stadium and a strike is the last thing that needs to happen right now, especially after the lockout that plagued the sport for most of the winter.
It’s good to see that progress is being made in these negotiations.
It’s always fun for a city and a stadium to host All-Star festivities.
Hopefully that will bring some relief to the situation and cause a little more progress on the labor front, just as we have seen over last few days.
The All-Star festivities are going to be a lot of fun for everybody involved.
It would not be good if there had been no progress on the labor front and the workers went on strike.
It’s good that they’ll at least be present for all the festivities and activities that will take place in the coming days.NEXT: Freddie Freeman's Former Agent Received Shocking Threats