Farquhar (head) has been medically cleared to play baseball again, James Fegan of The Athletic Chicago reports. This is exciting news for Farquhar, whose future was uncertain after he suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm in April that left him in intensive care for weeks and proved life-threatening. The 31-year-old, who owns a career 3.93 ERA and 1.26 WHIP across 272.1 major-league innings, noted that multiple teams have expressed interest in signing him since he was outrighted off the White Sox's 40-man roster and became a free agent in October.
Farquhar (head) was outrighted to Triple-A Charlotte on Friday and will become a free agent following the conclusion of the 2018 season. Farquhar appeared in eight games for the White Sox this year but had his season cut short when he collapsed in the dugout due to a brain hemorrhage in late April. The 31-year-old spent a couple weeks at a hospital and was ruled out for the remainder of the year. His timetable for getting back on the mound is unclear, though he's expected to try and make a comeback for the 2019 campaign.
Farquhar (head) was discharged from the hospital Monday and is resting at home with his family. Farquhar suffered a brain hemorrhage from a ruptured aneurysm in the dugout during a game in mid-April. His neurosurgeon expects him to be able to pitch again in the future, but he's been officially ruled out for the remainder of the season in order to allow him to fully recover.
Farquhar (head) had successful surgery to address a brain aneurysm and is progressing well Monday. Farquhar collapsed in the dugout Friday with a brain hemorrhage caused by a ruptured aneurysm. He is in critical but stable condition in an ICU unit, able to use his extremities and respond to questions and commands. He is set to be closely monitored at the hospital for at least the next three weeks.
Farquhar (head) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Monday. Farquhar remains hospitalized after suffering a brain hemorrhage Friday. He underwent complicated surgery Saturday and will be closely monitored for at least the next three weeks. He was removed from the 40-man roster in order to make room for Chris Beck.