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Rays' Ramos needs staples after hit in head with bat

Rays' Ramos needs staples after hit in head with bat

Manager Kevin Cash said after the game that Ramos is "fine", even though he won't get the start on Tuesday.

If the Orioles - who opened a six-game road trip - are to have realistic hopes of contending, Gausman will have to duplicate outings like Monday's, in which he located and mixed his pitches well. He has permitted seven hits over 13 scoreless innings in two starts this season against Tampa Bay. Romo, who helped the Giants to three World Series titles, struggled in 30 appearances with the Dodgers with a 6.12 ERA in 25 innings.

The rounded top end of the bat flew over Tejada's shoulder and hit Ramos on his helmet.

"I definitely feel I have a lot left", he said. The barrel hit Ramos, knocking the catcher to his knees.

Ramos immediately went down, but he was able to stand on his own and walk off the field.




The team said Ramos suffered a laceration on his head and received six staples. "We just didn't have it for him.". RHP Andrew Kittredge was optioned to Triple-A Durham to make room on the active roster for Romo.

The Tampa Bay Rays must lick their wounds after a disastrous weekend and move back in a positive direction when they host the American League East-rival Baltimore Orioles on Monday to open a three-game set.

Body type J: The Rays began the day tied for the second AL wild-card spot. Darren O'Day, Brad Brach and Richard Bleier completed a six-hitterBlake Snell (0-6) went a career-high seven-plus innings. Snell permitted four runs on six hits over 4 1/3 innings in his only meeting with Baltimore past year.

Tampa Bay Rays catcher Wilson Ramos left the Monday game after the Baltimore Orioles' Ruben Tejada hit him on the helmet with his bat during his backswing at Tropicana Field.


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