Joba Chamberlain’s career has veered from exhilarating to frustrating to a testament to sweat and hard work. Now, in its latest and perhaps last chapter, Chamberlain’s saga has become heart-wrenching as the Yankee reliever lies in a Tampa hospital bed with a possible career-ending ankle injury.
Chamberlain suffered a gruesome open dislocation of his right ankle while playing with his son Thursday and, according to a Yankee source, lost a potentially life-threatening amount of blood. He has already had surgery and will remain in the hospital for several more days, his inspiring comeback from Tommy John surgery put on hold, at the very least.
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