- Associated Press - Friday, May 18, 2018

CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago White Sox got another visit from Danny Farquhar, and they continue to be encouraged by the reliever’s recovery from a brain hemorrhage last month.

The visit prior to Friday’s game against the Texas Rangers was his second since he collapsed in the dugout during a home game last month. He also saw the team on May 8, a day after he was released from the hospital.

Manager Rick Renteria says Farquhar brought his wife, Lexie, his children and sister-in-law as well as some cookies. He says Farquhar “looks very, very good.”

Farquhar collapsed during Chicago’s loss to Houston April 20 and had surgery the following day. Neurosurgeon Dr. Demetrius Lopes expects him to be able to pitch again, but not this season.

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