Mets manager Terry Collins, who spent Sunday night in a Milwaukee hospital, is doing well and will return to New York in time to manage Tuesday's game, the Mets said in a statement.
Despite the team heading back to New York, Collins remained hospitalized in Milwaukee overnight for observation.
"Without getting into too many details, he just didn't feel good," Mets bench coach Dick Scott, who served as acting manager Sunday, told reporters after the game. "He actually felt fine right before the game, so we were all encouraged. Hopefully that's the case."
According to MLB.com, Mets trainer Ray Ramirez stayed with Collins at the hospital.