A blister may not stop Matt Harvey on Saturday, but the organization’s desire to showcase him Tuesday night when the Mets host the All-Star Game at Citi Field just might.

Terry Collins said Tuesday that Harvey could skip his next start or at the very least be limited Saturday in Pittsburgh. The Mets manager revealed that Harvey, who got a no-decision in the Mets’ 16-inning win on Monday, has been pitching with a blister on his index finger for his last three outings.

If that news came as surprising, Collins downplayed it, saying it’s not a major concern.

“His finger looked tremendous,” Collins said. “I’m very, very happy with what the results after he had it worked on (Monday) night and (Tuesday). He’ll be fine.”

However, some in the organization think it is crucial for Harvey to be more than just fine on Tuesday night. They are pushing for Harvey to get that starting nod for the National League in the All-Star Game.

The Mets have been struggling on the field and at the box office the last few years, and he is their brightest hope in years.

The Mets have been quick to capitalize on Harvey’s growing popularity, and Tuesday night will be their chance to show off their young ace and ballpark to the country.

Collins said he has no problem or concerns with his ace pitching in the All-Star Game and added that keeping him on a short leash on Saturday actually plays into their plan to limit his workload in the second half.

After Harvey threw a career-high-tying 121 pitches Monday night, Collins and pitching coach Dan Warthen would probably keep him on a lower pitch count in his next start anyway. It just works out that a shorter outing Saturday would leave Harvey strong to throw a few innings on Tuesday, which would be his normal day to throw between starts.