Hollands will be examined Thursday by a team doctor in Philadelphia.
Manager Ryne Sandberg said he planned to monitor Hollands' workload in September because of his prolonged season. Hollands felt soreness on the 14th pitch he threw. He walked Chris Johnson on four pitches, the last one an 89-m.p.h. fastball, and that prompted alarm.
His season could be over, given the team's concern about his innings.
"We'll see how serious that is," Sandberg said. "He's had a long year pitching. We have to see if all that has caught up to him."
Hollands has a 4.40 ERA in 47 innings. His numbers against lefthanded hitters (a .610 OPS) are particularly good.
Ryan Howard started for the 34th time in 35 games since Sandberg benched him for three games in late July. He went 0 for 4 with two strikeouts.
Howard was batting .224 with a .305 on-base percentage and a .377 slugging percentage at the time of his benching. He has a .223 batting average, a .316 on-base percentage, and a .385 slugging percentage in 152 plate appearances since then.
Ben Revere collected three more hits to raise his batting average to .314. That leads the National League. Colorado's Justin Morneau is second with a .312 clip. . . . David Buchanan did not reach five innings for the first time in his 16 career starts. "It's exciting throwing at home where I grew up," he said. "But I'm pretty upset I couldn't give them a better performance." . . . The Braves will excavate the Turner Field pitching rubber after the season and ship it to the Phillies to commemorate Monday's no-hitter.