‘Please, Danny, don’t die on my watch’: An oral history of a near-death in the dugout

A year ago, Danny Farquhar was pitching for the White Sox when an aneurysm burst in his brain. Here’s how he and those around him recall that fateful day, his recovery — and his return to the mound.

In my own head I said, “Please, Danny, don’t die on my watch here.” ‘Cause I’m holding him, you know, and I’m making sure he’s not gonna fall off the bench. I was very concerned for him.

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