Senior League

Baseball stadiums--particularly those in Sun Belt states--are luring more and more seniors into jobs

After battling melanoma in 1996, schoolteacher Rem Remlinger reckoned that his working days were done. That was until a former student, employed by the Seattle Mariners, suggested that he work the home games at the new Safeco Field in Seattle. Now, when the Mariners play at home, Remlinger, 67, works the media gate, schmoozing with fans as the procession of press and visiting ballplayers enters the stadium. "I look forward to going to work every day," he says. "I get to see a lot of people, socialize and just have fun."

Glance around any ballpark these days, and you're likely to...

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