Locked-out Major League Baseball players are starting a $1 million fund to support workers impacted by canceled games.
In addition, Major League Baseball will also be setting up a fund for impacted workers, a source told ESPN.
The players' association on Friday said the fund will be administered by the union and the AFL-CIO. It will be distributed to stadium workers and others experiencing financial hardship caused by baseball's ninth work stoppage, which was in its 93rd day.
Details of the fund being set up by MLB have yet to be announced.
Spring training games failed to start as scheduled on Feb. 26. Commissioner Rob Manfred on Tuesday canceled the first two series for each team during the regular season, which was scheduled to start March 31.
"Many aren't seen or heard, but they are vital to the entertainment experience of our games,'' union executive board members Andrew Miller and Max Scherzer said in a statement. "Unfortunately, they will also be among those affected by the owner-imposed lockout and the cancellation of games. Through this fund, we want to let them know that they have our support.''
The union listed broadcast and concession crews, electricians, ushers, security, transportation and janitors as among those needed for MLB games.
"This fund is intended to support workers who are most affected by the MLB-imposed lockout but whose livelihoods have been disregarded by the owners in their efforts to pressure players into accepting an unfair deal,'' union head Tony Clark said in a statement.
ESPN's Jesse Rogers and The Associated Press contributed to this report.