White Sox helper Danny Farquhar remained in stable but critical condition on Sunday after surgery on Saturday at Rush University Medical Center.
Farquhar was hospitalized on Friday after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage caused by a ruptured aneurysm.
The Sox did not report on Farquhar on Sunday, but one source told the Tribune that Farquhar underwent a medical procedure on Saturday night to relieve swelling in the brain. Farquhar is under the care of Dr. Demetrius Lopes and the neurosurgical team at Rush.
White Sox Vice President Ken Williams confirmed the trial on Sunday in an interview with USA Today.
"He's a fighter and he's in the fight of a lifetime right now," Williams told USA Today's Bob Nightengale. "They had to do another surgery, tear his skull open and pin him down, my God."
"This certainly shows the fragility of life and how we take everyday for granted. And it can change in a jiffy. Literally.
A team source said the White Sox did not release any information about the treatment that Farquhar receives on his family's request.
Manager Rick Renteria told reporters on Sunday he had no news on Farquhar & # 39; He said he addressed the players but kept the updates short.
"Let the medical staff do what they can do and then at the right time, everyone will let us know if it's alright He said.
The White Sox players talked about seeing Farquhar at the hospital and hoping for a later date.
"Apart from being a great teammate and Part of this fraternity is, I have to be respectful of his family, "said starter Carson Fulmer." He's a brother, he's one of our teammates and we're all here for him and his family. "
Farquhar is expected to be in stay in the hospital for the next few weeks. He continues to receive support from his friends and his extended baseball family.
"The first thing I thought about was how good a father he is," said Ray's infielder Brad Miller, a former team-mate, Tampa Bay Times. "Obviously a great teammate, I played with him forever, but he has three little kids, and they were his world, so I really just think about him."
"I've got a bunch of lyrics from guys, too whom we played ̵
Tribune's Teddy Greenstein has contributed.
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