Found January 16, 2012 on The Slanch Report:

It's not quite clear why Miami Marlins outfielders Logan Morrison and Bryan Peterson took a cozy bubble bath together, complete with red wine and artfully suds-upped body parts, but this photo tweeted by SB Nation reporter Amy K. Nelson is all too real. 

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Looks like they're a bit snug in there...

For everyone's sake, let's hope neither man's flatulence turned the relaxing bubble bath into a bubbling hot tub... 

[Amy K. Nelson]
 
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