White Sox’s Danny Farquhar In Critical Condition After Suffering Brain Hemorrhage


Chicago White Sox relief pitcher Danny Farquhar is in stable, but critical condition after suffering a brain hemorrhage, the team announced Saturday.

The scary incident took place during Friday’s game against the Houston Astros when Farquhar collapsed in the dugout during the sixth inning. The White Sox said he underwent additional testing at RUSH University Medical Center in Chicago, which revealed a ruptured aneurysm caused bleeding in the 31-year-old’s brain.

The right-hander faced four batters in the sixth before his collapse in the dugout but remained conscious while he was being transported to the hospital.

Chicago placed Farquhar on the 10-day disabled list Saturday.

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