After reportedly violating team rules, the New York Mets have officially placed Matt Harvey on a three-day suspension without pay.

New York Mets starter Matt Harvey was in line to start today against the Miami Marlins, but was instead sent home and put on a three-day suspension, without pay, for violating club rules.

There has been no indication from either manager Terry Collins or general manager Sandy Alderson on why the popular Harvey was suspended, with Collins saying, “We’ll keep it in-house, the way it’s supposed to be.”

Harvey’s forced time off actually began yesterday and will continue on through Monday, as southpaw Adam Wilk was called up from Triple-A Las Vegas as a corresponding roster move so he could start today vs. the Marlins at Citi Field.

Collins has also reportedly had a team meeting in the Mets’ clubhouse to speak more with the players on what happened to spark the Dark Knight’s current situation.

Wilk, Harvey’s replacement, has started six games at Triple-A this season, pitching to a 5.91 ERA and a 1.40 WHIP over 32 innings, with five walks to 29 strikeouts during that time.

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