He was sent yesterday to be examined by Dr. Michael Collins, a head trauma specialist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
It all seems to be the residual effects of a collision with Pedroia during a game at Toronto on Aug. 25. Holt played 10 games after Pedroia accidentally hit him the head with his forearm. He did not complain of problems at the time.
“He was showing some signs of improvement the last couple of days. Still, some of the lightheadedness and dizziness has not cleared up,” Farrell said.
Collins has treated several Red Sox players for concussions in recent seasons, including Stephen Drew and David Ross.
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