Wilson Ramos hit a two-run home run, one of seven home runs in the game, as the Rays outslugged the Yankees 9-6 on Thursday.
Ramos caught a hanging breaking ball from Sonny Gray and hit it to the deepest part of the ballpark, then watched as Jacoby Ellsbury almost snagged it anyway. Alas, he missed, and Ramos trotted around the bases with his 11th homer of the year. It's impressive considering he's done it in 63 games, and he's used the season's second half to prove his health ahead of what should be a full campaign with the Rays in 2018. The 30-year-old backstop is hitting .263/.295/.454 this year and will re-enter the realm of draftable catchers next spring.