Major League Baseball is cracking down on two women who broke their breasts on Sunday night in Washington at the fifth World Series game.
The women, Julia Rose and Lauren Summer, are locked indefinitely. all stadiums and facilities, "said a letter signed by David Thomas, MLB vice president of security and baseball.
MLB spokesman Mike Teevan confirmed to CNN the legitimacy of writing The Women in Social Media.
Rose and Summer stood a few rows behind the house mark as they lifted their shirts and exposed themselves during the seventh innings when Houston Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole prepared for the pitch.
Cole got off the hill, though it's unclear whether he did so because of the women's antics.
The stunt was seen in Fox's live broadcast, and the two women were removed from the stadium after the incident. [1
"On October 27, 2019, you attended World Series Game 5 at Nationals Park, Washington, DC," wrote Thomas. "During the game, you violated the Fan Code of Conduct by exposing yourself to the seventh inning to promote a business. They were also part of a program where you got others to show off to promote the business. You are hereby excluded from all major league baseball stadiums and facilities indefinitely. "
Rose has 2.8 million Instagram followers and identifies herself on social media as the founder of a digital magazine that publishes images of lightly clothed women. Summer has 1.5 million Instagram followers and identifies with the same magazine as a brand executive.