2 women who exposed themselves at World Series are banned from MLB stadiums

Julia Rose and Lauren Summer identified themselves on social media. Popular on Instagram, they lifted their tops and exposed themselves as Astros ace Gerrit Cole was set to pitch to the Nationals’ Ryan Zimmerman.

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Two women who exposed themselves during Game 5 of the World Series at Nationals Park have been banned from Major League Baseball stadiums.

Two women who exposed themselves during Game 5 of the World Series at Nationals Park have been banned from Major League Baseball stadiums.

Jeff Roberson/AP

HOUSTON — The two women who flashed their breasts from behind the backstop during Game 5 of the World Series have been banned from major league ballparks.

Major League Baseball sent the women a letter shortly after their escapade Sunday night.

Julia Rose and Lauren Summer identified themselves on social media. Popular on Instagram, they lifted their tops and exposed themselves as Houston Astros ace Gerrit Cole was set to pitch to Ryan Zimmerman of Washington in the seventh inning at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C.

The women were standing in the second row, slightly to the first base side behind the plate. Their stunt was seen live on Fox by a camera shooting from center field.

Cole stepped off the mound, but it’s unclear whether he saw the women.

MLB says the ban from big league stadiums is indefinite.

“The fans who were involved in exposing themselves during Game 5 of the World Series violated the Nationals’ fan code of conduct. As a result, they were removed from the stadium and are suspended indefinitely from attending an MLB ballpark or facility,” MLB said.

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