Yanks’ Far­quhar pitches 1st game since aneurysm

The Fresno Bee (Sunday) - - Sports -

Danny Far­quhar took the mound Sat­ur­day in his first spring train­ing game for the New York Yan­kees in Braden­ton, Florida — his first since the 32-yearold re­liever col­lapsed in the Chicago White Sox dugout April 20 be­cause of a rup­tured aneurysm and brain hem­or­rhage.

Far­quhar al­lowed three hits and walked two while throw­ing 19 pitches in the fourth in­ning.

Machado makes quiet Padres de­but: Manny Machado’s de­but in a Padres uni­form was a lot less event­ful than his free agency. The four-time All-Star signed a $300 mil­lion, 10-year deal with San Diego last month.

Machado popped out in his first at-bat and drew a walk in his sec­ond.


Nats’ Zim­mer­man gets in lineup: Ryan Zim­mer­man has made his first ap­pear­ance this spring in the Wash­ing­ton Na­tion­als lineup. The two-time All-Star was hit­less in two at-bats dur­ing his first spring train­ing game of the sea­son.

Spring high­lights

Padres 7, Giants (ss) 6: Drew Pomer­anz pitched three in­nings, giv­ing up four runs and five hits, catch­ing prospect Aramis Gar­cia home­red and so did Jonah Are­nado for San Fran­cisco.

Rangers 0, Giants (ss) 0: Derek Hol­land al­lowed two hits in three in­nings, and Jalen Miller ac­counted for two hits for San Fran­cisco. There was a scary mo­ment when Rangers pitcher Luke Far­rell was hit in the jaw by a line drive off the bat of Miller. Far­rell was treated on the field. D-backs 6, Dodgers 5: Cody Bellinger had three hits, and Brock Ste­wart gave up a homer but oth­er­wise pitched two hit­less in­nings for Los An­ge­les.

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