SAN FRANCISCO -- Brandon Belt won't be taking the field for the Giants anytime soon.
Manager Bruce Bochy said concussion specialist Michael "Micky" Collins in Pittsburgh will evaluate Belt next week while the Giants are in Chicago for a three-game set against the Cubs.
"He's about the same," Bochy said when asked if Belt has progressed in the last couple of days. "We think it's important that he's able to get another opinion and we'll see where we're at."
According to Bochy, Belt doesn't feel good no matter what the circumstances; even when resting, the first baseman feels something wrong. Bochy said Belt had an MRI earlier this week.
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