Orioles' Jones, Davis get stuck in elevator after Blue Jays loss
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Not even an elevator ride is guaranteed for the Baltimore Orioles.

After the team dropped a heartbreaking 8-7 contest in extra innings to the Blue Jays on Friday in Toronto, outfielder Adam Jones and first baseman Chris Davis got stuck in an elevator at the team's hotel.

Jones documented the entire saga in an Instagram story.

The Orioles players and the other passengers stuck on the elevator were eventually rescued by Toronto Fire Services, according to ESPN.

Baltimore is mired in a horrific 28-70 season and recently traded All-Star shortstop Manny Machado to the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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