White Sox Fall To Astros 7-1

Doug Mendoza
April 23, 2018

The White Sox went on to lose Friday night's game 10-0, and perhaps with Farquhar heavily on their minds, they lost again Saturday night, 10-1.

After further testing at the hospital, the revealed cause of the hemorrhage was a ruptured aneurysm, the White Sox announced today in a statement.

According to MLB.com, Danny Farquhar was taken to Rush University Medical Center.

There are many possible reasons for a brain aneurysm. Farquar is stable but remains in critical condition, which left his teammates with heavy hearts Saturday.

Coaches and players in the Chicago White Sox dugout immediately rushed to Danny Farquhar's aid as the medical staff came.

White Sox starter Reynaldo Lopez, who battled through a minor stomach ailment, gave up one run, four hits and four walks in five innings. All it took was for a few moments to pass before things turned frightening.

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"A couple of the guys in some of the innings put the bat on the ball early in the zone and they found holes, but for the most part, I felt pretty good", McCullers said.

Chicago White Sox pitcher Danny Farquhar, 31, passed out from a brain aneurysm while sitting in the dugout during the sixth inning of a game in Chicago, IL on April 21 and was immediately transferred to the Rush University Medical Center after being helped by medical personnel, according to CBS.

Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo and his team posted some well wishes to Farquhar. There have been tweets and team releases issued hoping for a full recovery.

White Sox: Moncada was back in the lineup, a day after leaving a game because of a sore left hamstring. Farquhar could possibly return in a couple of weeks, but that is inconceivable given the severity of his brain hemorrhage. Right-hander Gregory Infante was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte. Infante will get a shot in the middle relief role that Farquhar held. They were taking care of him.

News regarding Danny Farquhar and his recovery will be updated by his family.

Renteria also said it was fortunate Farquhar was surrounded by trained medical personnel instead of being on the road alone in a hotel room at the time of the brain hemorrhage.

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