Farquhar, 31, was in the dugout at Guaranteed Rate Field during the sixth inning of the game against the Houston Astros when he passed out. The White Sox announced Saturday that the reliever has been diagnosed with a brain hemorrhage. White Sox medical staff and emergency medical personnel attended to him before he was taken to the hospital.
The White Sox updated Farquhar's status on Saturday.
The team said it will provide updates on Farquhar's health as appropriate, but requested privacy for the family.
He is stable, the team says, but remains in the neurosurgical intensive care unit at RUSH University Medical Center.
That his teammates were stunned by the identification.
"It crushes us as a clubhouse".
Farquhar got two outs in the top of the sixth against Houston.
" We might see across the way that something had been moving on", he also explained. "As the group went around him, it just became a scary scene". The right-hander has pitched for four teams over the course of seven seasons, posting a 3.88 ERA and 1.255 WHIP in 252 career appearances.
The pale hose reliever is now a 7-year Major League Baseball veteran has pitched for the Jays, A's, Mariners, Rays and the White Sox.
Gregory Infante was recalled from AAA Charlotte to take Farquhar's spot on the roster, in the meantime.