Pitcher's Brain Hemorrhages in the Dugout

Pitcher's Brain Hemorrhages in the Dugout

He was helped by team medical personnel and on-site EMTs, and regained consciousness before he was taken to a hospital by ambulance. Correa singled in a run, and then Gurriel drove one in with a sacrifice fly before Gonzalez's ground-rule double bounced over the right-center field wall with the bases loaded to plate two more.

White Sox reliever Danny Farquhar has been taken to a hospital after he passed out in the dugout. In 129 2/3 innings, they have struck out 166 hitters.

White Sox reliever Danny Farquhar suffered a brain hemorrhage while in the dugout during a game Friday night, and is in stable but critical condition. McCullers is 0-1 in two career starts against the White Sox with a 3.18 ERA. Los Angeles manager Mike Scioscia said he'll wait until after the game to confirm when Ohtani's next pitching start will be. He's such a resilient human being and we're praying for him.

White Sox: Moncada left Saturday's game with a sore left hamstring, but was back in the lineup on Sunday. "When one of your brothers goes down, it's not very fun to watch".

Minutes before Shields began speaking, the White Sox announced the news that had been clearly hanging over the room for a while.

"He's alive, he's got a chance and that's what I'm hanging on to", White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper said.

When he started a rebuild after the 2016 season by trading Chris Sale and Adam Eaton for prospects and continued dumping veterans for youngsters throughout last season, general manager Rick Hahn had a pretty good idea of what was coming. With the starters going deep into, averaging a little more than six innings per start, the bullpen is staying fresh.

" We might see across the way that something had been moving on", he also explained.

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