But their high jinx soon moved from harmless fun slightly more serious - as they quickly received a letter, apparently from vice president of "Security and Ballpark Operations" for the "Office of the Commissioner" David L Thomas.
MLB says the ban from big league stadiums is indefinite.
Ms Summer posted an nearly identical letter from Mr Thomas on her Twitter while Ms Lauren went one further, sharing a selfie she claims she took in police toilets.
Yep. The pair shared letters sent by the league in which they were informed they "violated the fan code of conduct" and that they were banned indefinitely from every MLB stadium and facility.
Rose has urged The Submit she doesn't know what quantity of money the magazine will donate to the reason.
They were also ejected from Nationals Park in Washington DC.
Houston managed to put the flashers out of their mind as they secured a 7-1 victory and took a 3-2 lead in the World Series. Cole called time shortly after noticing the two.
They had already uploaded videos detailing their intentions to do something insane during the game, so it was not suprising to their fans.
Indeed, the 25-year-old's social media channels are laden with pictures of her flashing in all manner of public places, from onboard an aeroplane to outside The White House.
Mike La Fiura added a caption claiming, not all heroes wear capes or shirts.
One woman, identified on her verified Twitter account as "Julia Rose", tweeted the letter and retweeted video of the stunt with the words "Guilty as charged".