NEW YORK — Mets star pitcher Matt Harvey was suspended three days without pay by the team on Sunday for an undisclosed violation of team rules, the latest hiccup for a club beset by problems on and off the field this season.

General Manager Sandy Alderson announced the suspension in a brief statement before the game, shortly before Harvey was scheduled to start against Miami. Alderson said the right-hander had been sent home, but declined further comment.

Left-hander Adam Wilk was called up from Triple-A Las Vegas to face the Marlins. In his first big league game since 2015, the lefty was hit hard, giving up six runs and eight hits in 32/3 innings. New York managed only one hit in a 7-0 loss and was shut out for the first time this season.

The Mets said Harvey’s suspension took effect Saturday. Manager Terry Collins held a closed-door meeting with his team before Sunday’s game to talk about the penalty.

Blue Jays: Right-handed pitcher Aaron Sanchez (split fingernail) felt no pain and was “very encouraged” following a 33-pitch bullpen session. He is scheduled to pitch Tuesday at extended spring training and could rejoin the rotation after that. … Left-hander J.A. Happ (left elbow) is throwing from 90 feet on flat ground.

BREWERS: Left fielder Ryan Braun (strained right forearm) did not start for the fifth straight game but remains on track to rejoin the lineup Tuesday night for the opener of a three-game series against the Red Sox.

ANGELS: Outfielder Mike Trout said he plans to play Monday at Oakland after missing his third game in four days Sunday with a tight left hamstring. He also missed games Thursday and Saturday.