Yankees Sign Danny Farquhar to Minor League Contract After Brain Hemorrhage Recovery

Farquhar suffered a brain hemorrhage and collapsed in the White Sox dugout in April 2018.
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The Yankees signed former White Sox pitcher Danny Farquhar to a minor league contract on Monday, according to Fancred's Jon Heyman. Farquhar last pitched in April 2018 before collapsing in Chicago's dugout and suffering a brain hemorrhage on April 20. 

Farquhar is a seven-year veteran. He's played for four teams, joining Chicago in 2017.

The 31-year-old right-hander sports a 3.93 career ERA in 272 1/3 career innings. Farquhar has tallied 309 strikeouts in his career.