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Giants first baseman Brandon Belt is reportedly undergoing concussion tests on Saturday night following his early exit from San Francisco's 5-3 win in Miami against the Marlins, Henry Schulman of The San Francisco Chronicle tweeted. 

By SI Wire
July 19, 2014

Giants first baseman Brandon Belt is reportedly undergoing concussion tests on Saturday night following his early exit from San Francisco's 5-3 win in Miami against the Marlins, Henry Schulman of The San Francisco Chronicle tweeted. 

The 26-year-old left the game in the third inning due to dizziness after belting an RBI double and scoring a run. Initially, media reports had said he left the game due to back stiffness; he was scratched earlier in the week with a stiff back

The Giants are first in the NL West heading into their series finale in Miami on Sunday. It's not immediately known when Belt will be available. 

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