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Hickey moved back to Chicago in intensive care

Hickey moved back to Chicago in intensive care

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Hickey moved back to Chicago in intensive care
CHICAGO -- White Sox batting practice pitcher Kevin Hickey was transported back to Chicago from Dallas over the weekend and is in intensive care at Rush University Medical Center. Hickey remains unresponsive while showing small signs of improvement, according to the White Sox.

Hickey, 56, pitched for the White Sox from 1981-83 and for the Orioles from 1989-91. He has been unresponsive since being taken to Parkland Hospital in Dallas on April 5 upon being found in his hotel room after he failed to show up for the team's workout that Thursday morning.

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