BALTIMORE — Houston Astros rookie Colin Moran has been placed on the 10-day disabled list with a facial fracture, and the third baseman remained hospitalized Sunday to receive treatment for the injury.

Moran fouled a ball off his face Saturday night in the sixth inning of Houston’s 8-4 win over the Orioles. His face was bloodied and he had difficulty retaining his balance before being carted off the field.

Moran’s overnight stay in the hospital enabled him to shake some of the nausea, but he remained in pain.

“Obviously he’s not feeling very well. He’s stable,” Astros Manager A.J. Hinch said Sunday, adding that the fracture is in the left cheek area.

Moran’s eye, initially a concern, is fine, Hinch said.

Hinch said Moran will stay in a Baltimore hospital “for the foreseeable future until they decide what is next.”

Playing his first game of the season Friday night, Moran hit his first big league home run and his first triple.

Giants: Closer Mark Melancon threw all of his pitches in a mound session as he works back from a second DL stint with a strained forearm.

“Now it’s a matter how he comes out of it,” Manager Bruce Bochy said.

Melancon is likely to need another two or three weeks and the Giants have no target date for his return. The reliever could face hitters within a week.

Right-handed pitcher Johnny Cueto, who landed on the DL with blisters on three fingers, played light catch.

Blue Jays: Shortstop Troy Tulowitzki (groin) was not in the lineup for the second day in a row. He was injured while running to first base in his final at-bat Friday. The Blue Jays lost to the Indians 8-1 on Sunday.

ORIOLES: Shortstop J.J. Hardy, who’s been on the DL since June 19 with a fractured wrist, is taking grounders but not yet throwing.

He will see a hand specialist in a week, then seek to strengthen the wrist before starting baseball activities.

Yankees: New York put second baseman Starlin Castro back on the 10-day disabled list because of a strained right hamstring, a move retroactive to Saturday, and recalled infielder-outfielder Wade from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

NATIONALS: Washington placed outfielder Chris Heisey on the 10-day DL.

Heisey strained his left groin in Saturday night’s 4-3 victory. Additionally, OF Ryan Raburn was placed on the bereavement list.