"Every guy who's getting opportunities to play or come up with a big hit, they're doing it," Rays manager Kevin Cash said. "Wilson seems to be getting hot. He's starting to square balls up."
Ramos was hitting cleanup for the first time this season, thanks in part to the hitting streak he extended to eight games with his homer. His last home run as a cleanup hitter came in 2016, when he was hitting one spot ahead of Jayson Werth in the Nationals' lineup.
Dating back to September of last season, Ramos has hit eight home runs in his past 32 games.
Brian MacPherson is a contributor to MLB.com based in Boston.