No evidence Yankees will release Joba but his season is very likely over
By Jon Heyman | Baseball Insider The Yankees have no real expectation that Joba Chamberlain will pitch again this year, due to his freak ankle injury, despite a couple slightly more encouraging public comments the past couple days.
By Anthony Mccarron / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Joba Chamberlain probably won't be able to put weight on his right foot for 2-to-3 months after severe dislocation of ankle Thursday. Do you think Joba Chamberlain will return to Yankees this season?
Joba Chamberlain was released from a Tampa hospital Sunday morning and GM Brian Cashman said the pitcher's recovery from a horrific ankle injury is “going as good as can be expected. “That's obviously terrific and
Joba Chamberlain told Brian Cashman that he was hopeful he could be back on a mound by July after talking with doctors about his gruesome right ankle injury. But the GM calls that “a best-case scenario” and spent much of
ROSEMONT, Ill., March 26, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Yankees baseball player Joba Chamberlain underwent surgery late last week after suffering a career-threatening ankle injury while jumping on a trampoline with his 5-year-old son at a children's