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Terry Collins has been cleared to manage the Mets after he was hospitalized over the weekend, the team announced on Monday.

By SI Wire
June 13, 2016

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Terry Collins has been cleared to manage the Mets after he was hospitalized over the weekend, the team announced on Monday.

According to a statement released by the team, Collins, 67, “was not feeling well,” and was admitted to Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee on Sunday about 30 minutes before the Mets played the Brewers. All his tests came back negative, and he has been cleared to fly back to New York and join the team for their eight-game homestand.

Collins will be in uniform to manage against the Pirates on Tuesday.

The Mets sit in second place in the National League East at 34–28.

– Kenny Ducey

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