Yanks’ Farquhar pitches 1st game since aneurysm
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.
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.