Hays is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Red Sox.
Hays tallied six hits and five RBI over his last three games, so manager Buck Showalter will give him his fifth straight start, even though Adam Jones is back and the Orioles are facing a right-handed hitter. Hays will man right field and hit eighth in the Orioles' batting order Tuesday night.
Ottavino hasn't seen much action lately, and with his sky-high ERA it's not hard to see why. He has consistently struggled this season, and of late he has given up eight runs in his last 10 innings pitched. The Rockies have been using him mostly in low to medium-leverage situations (41.2 of his 50 innings), and it's hard to imagine the 31-year-old throwing many key innings down the stretch.
Houston-Carson was promoted to the Bears' active roster Tuesday, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
With the Bears dealing with multiple injuries in the secondary, the Bears will bring in Houston-Carson for some added depth. He's not expected to play a major role during his time on the 53-man roster.
Ozuna is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Mets, Andre Fernandez of the Miami Herald reports.
Despite going 7-for-13 with a homer and three RBI over his previous three starts, Ozuna will get Tuesday's game off. Ichiro Suzuki will start in his place in left field, batting leadoff.
Coleman (hand) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
As expected, Coleman will be on the Browns' injured reserve after undergoing surgery on his broken right hand. The wideout will now be eligible to return after eight weeks, so the soonest he'll be able to play again will be Nov. 12 against the Lions. In his absence, the Browns are expected to use Kenny Britt, Rashard Higgins and Ricardo Louis as their top options at wide receiver, with Sammie Coates also potentially seeing some extended action.