Mets manager Terry Collins hospitalized overnight for unspecified condition

Mets manager Terry Collins remained hospitalized overnight after mi sing his team’s5-3 lo s to the Brewers on Sunday.Mets a sistant GM John Ricco did not specify Collins’ condition, but the New York Daily News reported the 67-year-oldCollins had complained of feeling lightheaded about 30 minutesbefore game time. After being attended to by Mets training staff, Collins felt betterand left the stadium under his own power to go to alocal hospital.I talked to our trainer, Ray Ramirez, who was with him. I know they were watching the game, so he’s probably a bit agitated, Ricco told reporters after the game at Miller Park. But other than that, he was feeling fine. So, that’s about it.MORE: These managers could be fired in 2016Bench coach Dick Scott filled in for Collins at the helm Sunday.”Without getting into too many details, he just didn’t feel good,”Scott told ESPN. “The beauty about what we do is we have guys like Ray Ramirez and [a sistant trainer] Brian Chicklo right acro s the hallway. They came right in. They followed protocol and took care of Terry right away. He actually felt fine right before the game. Steve Cishek Jersey So we were all encouraged.”It is unknown if Collins will be back on the bench for the opening of the Mets’ series with the Pirates on Tuesday in New York.