White Sox Pitcher Suffers A Brain Aneurysm at Game


A horrifying moment at majorly Baseball game. Chicago White Sox pitcher Danny Farquhar collapsed in the dugout during Friday’s game and was rushed to the hospital after suffering a brain hemorrhage. The White Sox said in the statement that Danny was taken to Rush University Medical Center that called him currently stable but in critical condition being closely monitored in the neurosurgical ICU unit. Sources stated that Farquhar underwent several surgeries.

Manager at Chicago White Sox, Rick Renteria said, “When he left here, he had a strong heartbeat and breathing well.” Rick met with other players before Saturday’s match against Houston and updated them on Danny’s condition. His teammates played the Houston Astros in a Saturday night game and lost, 10-1. Further, Rick added, “We’ll see how they proceed and hopefully the outcome is a positive one.”

Farquhar’s teammates paying tribute to him by describing his initials as well as number on their hats and hanging his jersey in the dugout. All while tweets poured in from other teams sending their well wishes to the father of three.

Pitching coach Don Cooper said, ‘‘He’s alive, he’s got a chance, and that’s what I’m hanging on to.”

Pitcher, James Shields said, “All that matters is family and life. He’s a brother of ours and a great teammate.” Further, he added, “When you see one of your brothers go down like that it’s not very fun to watch. He’s such a resilient human being and we’re praying for him and hope everything goes well.”

31-year-old, Danny Farquhar has played 23 games for the Sox. He is in the seventh season and second with the White Sox after signing as a free agent midway through last season.