Mets RHP AJ Ramos will return to New York to undergo an MRI after feeling tightness in his shoulder after his outing on Saturday.
Ramos has stuggled as of late and has a 9.64 ERA in the month of May. He allowed three runs in less than one inning on Saturday during the Mets' 17-6 loss to the Brewers.
On Friday night, Ramos walked in a run in the 10th inning. Mets manager Mickey Callaway said before Saturday's game that Ramos' struggles were related to his mindset.
"I don't think he struggles with the ability to throw the ball in the zone when his mind is right," Callaway said, according to the New York Post. "I am sure he goes to the bullpen and throws a strike whenever he wants, so you have to take that same mindset into the game and know your stuff is good enough and you can execute pitches and you have to go out there and do it."
The 31-year-old Ramos has a 5.59 ERA since being traded to the Mets from the Marlins last season.