Tampa Bay Rays’ Wilson Ramos, second from right, fist-bumps teammate Adeiny Hechavarria after batting in Evan Longoria, left, and Steven Souza Jr., second from left, on a home run Saturday against the Baltimore Orioles in Baltimore.
Tampa Bay Rays’ Wilson Ramos, second from right, fist-bumps teammate Adeiny Hechavarria after batting in Evan Longoria, left, and Steven Souza Jr., second from left, on a home run Saturday against the Baltimore Orioles in Baltimore. Patrick Semansky AP
Tampa Bay Rays’ Wilson Ramos, second from right, fist-bumps teammate Adeiny Hechavarria after batting in Evan Longoria, left, and Steven Souza Jr., second from left, on a home run Saturday against the Baltimore Orioles in Baltimore. Patrick Semansky AP

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