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Minor league baseball team salutes Anthony Weiner with $1 hot dog night

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RICHMOND, Va. -

They say there's no such thing as bad publicity.

So maybe New York's Anthony Weiner has a future in Virginia.

The Richmond Flying Squirrels, a minor league baseball team, held a "Salute to Scandal" night during which they sold $1 hot dogs to poke fun at the mayoral candidate with a sexting problem.

“I may move to New York so I can vote for Anthony Weiner," said a fan.

"We have 70's night, 80's night, movie night, sitcom night. Tonight is scandal night where we're just saying look at what these people have done and hope we get some chuckles along the way," said Todd "Parney" Parnell, the CEO of the Richmond Flying Squirrels.


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