After battling for his life, White Sox pitcher, Danny Farquhar has been discharged from Rush University Medical center.
He suffered a sudden brain aneurysm and doctors are saying that there is a possibility for him to pitch again, but not this year.
In a statement the White Sox say:
Chicago White Sox pitcher Danny Farquhar, who suffered a brain hemorrhage from a ruptured aneurysm during a home game on April 20, has been discharged from RUSH University Medical Center Monday afternoon and is resting at home with his family.
Dr. Demetrius Lopes, Farquhar's neurosurgeon, expects Danny to be able to pitch again in the future, but Dr. Lopes will not medically release Farquhar to pitch in a competitive game during the 2018 season in order to allow him to fully recover from the brain hemmorhage.