Amed Rosario was removed from the Mets spring training game against the Marlins on Saturday early due to left knee irritation.
Rosario was hit by a pitch on the hip as well before being taken out, though he said that the two issues are unrelated.
"It was during the sprint I made from second base to home plate, that I felt something in my knee," Rosario said.
The team will monitor the ailment until tomorrow before deciding the next course of action.
"So far it's not something that important," Rosario said. "We'll see tomorrow how I feel when I wake up."
Mets manager Mickey Callaway, just as his young shortstop, wasn't too concerned after the game.
"No I don't think so, not at this time," Callaway said when directly asked if he was concerned. "Obviously they'll continue to check on him. But, you know, he got hit in the left hip and then when he was running from second to home on the shuffle, he felt something weird in his knee. He said he could have kept on playing but we didn't want to risk it, so we just got him out."
Rosario, 22, batted .248/.271/.394 with 4 HR and 10 RBI across 165 AB during his rookie year last season.