“It’s like we’re a number in a computer,” says Char McMillan, who has been a ticket-taker at the stadium since 1986. Morale is declining and support for the union is rising, she says. “It’s not a happy place to work.” Like many other stadium employees, McMillan, 70, relies on the job to supplement her Social Security, but enjoys it for the esprit de corps. The employees don’t expect to be earning a middle-class family wage; a season’s pay ranges from $5,000 to $10,000. Most are part-time workers who come together for the spring and summer.