A man from New York has been displaying a “Trump Won” banner during baseball games. He claimed that he was banned indefinitely from entering all Major League Baseball (MLB) stadiums for stunt performance.
“Officially banned by Major League Baseball. This is a good run!” Dion Cini told his followers Twitter on Sunday.
Chiney went to Yankee Stadium, Citi Field, Fenway Park and Citizen Bank Park to hang banners. Inside story Report. He claimed that security officials told him that although he was ejected from the stadium, he could come back another day. However, Major League Baseball officials do not seem to have the same view.
A one-page letter dated June 11, allegedly signed by David Thomas, Vice President of Major League Baseball Security and Ballpark Operations, stated that Cini had entered New York, Boston, and Philadelphia in the past few weeks. The stadium, with the intention of dropping his “flag”. “
“These stadiums prohibit such activities, and your violation of the Fan Code of Conduct resulted in you being ejected from every stadium. A review of your public statement shows that you intend to continue this behavior in other Major League Baseball stadiums, and you are Encourage others to do the same,” read the so-called MLB letter Cini posted on Twitter.
“[Y]You are hereby prohibited from entering all Major League Baseball stadiums and facilities,” the alleged letter continued.
Sini confirmed the allegations in the letter on Monday, saying that he “encourage others” to imitate his stunts. postalHe also encourages people to buy flags directly from his store and hang them in the MLB Stadium when he is away. In addition, he said that those who imitated his stunts with purchased banners and posted behavioral videos will receive a full refund.
CNN described Cini as “a middle-aged Marine from the Upper West Side [of New York]”In 2017. Cini claimed to be a “guerrilla marketer” and “professional provocateur” in his Twitter profile.