In the fifth inning, Ruben Tejada's bat snapped into two pieces, hitting Ramos in the helmet during Tejada's backswing.
Ramos talked about the laceration after the game, per Fox Sports Florida:
Few active MLB players have been dogged by injuries more than Ramos. He appeared in an average of roughly 94 games a season since becoming an everyday catcher in the majors in 2011.
The 29-year-old didn't make his Rays debut until June 24 as he recovered from a torn ACL he suffered last September. In his first 15 games for Tampa Bay, he hit .222 with three home runs and 11 RBI.
Should Ramos miss any more time, the Rays would turn to Jesus Sucre, who replaced Derek Norris as the team's starting catcher until Ramos joined the lineup. Sucre owned a .244/.262/.387 slash line before Monday night to go along with four homers and 23 RBI.