White Sox RP Farquhar released from hospital
Danny Farquhar was released from hospital as the Chicago White Sox pitcher recovers from a brain haemorrhage.
Chicago White Sox relief pitcher Danny Farquhar was released from RUSH University Medical Center on Monday after suffering a brain haemorrhage from a ruptured aneurysm during a game on April 20.
Farquhar, now resting at home with his family, collapsed during the game last month, and was immediately rushed to the hospital.
While Farquhar is expected to be able to pitch again in his career, he has been ruled out for 2018 in order to properly recover from the brain hemorrhage.
Farquhar, who has played for the Blue Jays, Mariners, Rays and White Sox, has 18 career saves and a career 3.93 ERA.
The Chicago White Sox released the following update today on the condition of White Sox pitcher Danny Farquhar: pic.twitter.com/FFrhsiaI4Z— Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) May 7, 2018