A fan at Fenway Park escaped injury despite taking a scary fall after failing to corral a foul ball during the Red Sox 3-0 win against Mariners on Friday night. During the third inning, Seattle’s Jean Segura cracked a foul ball deep down the left field line that sailed into the upper deck.
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Things have gone from bad to worse for Red Sox’ outfielder Brock Holt, who was shut down “for the foreseeable future” on Friday after meeting with head trauma specialist Michael Collins. The Red Sox placed Holt on the 10-day disabled list in April after he began experiencing vertigo, the latest in a series of head injuries he’s sustained since last spring. According to the Boston Herald’s Jason Mastrodonato, the outfielder was initially advised to attempt playing through his symptoms, but it quickly became apparent that the strategy wasn’t going to work. Now, the plan is to shut him down from any game activity in the hopes that he’ll be able to recover from all lingering symptoms before returning to the roster.