Boston Red Sox infielder Brock Holt began his way back to the majors on Wednesday night as he played for the Portland Sea Dogs in a rehab stint.

Holt went 1-3 in the contest, getting a single in the final at bat he had in the start.  The Sea Dogs lost the contest 2-0 to New Hampshire from Hadlock Field.

He became the third Red Sox player to play for the Sea Dogs in 2017 after Eduardo Rodriguez and Josh Rutledge also made stints in Double-A.  Holt has been on the 60-day DL dealing with a case of vertigo.

Holt is expected to play with the Sea Dogs through Friday night before the team determines whether or not to promote him to Triple-A or to the MLB side after the All-Star Break.

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