May
14

Joba allows two singles in first minor league rehab game

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In his first rehab game with Triple-A Scranton, Joba Chamberlain allowed two ground ball singles in a scoreless inning of work. He got a ground ball to second, a fly out to left, and a fly out to right while throwing nine of 12 pitches for strikes. Depending how Joba and his strained right oblique feel tomorrow, he could be activated off the DL as soon as Thursday.

Categories : Asides, Injuries

8 Comments»

  1. Robinson Tilapia says:

    But did he yell at anyone?

  2. Steve (different one) says:

    I bet they were loud singles.

  3. Dale Mohorcic says:

    Not very rico suave.

  4. jspech says:

    shushii should stay in minors, until he develops an adult

  5. qwerty says:

    No better shush Joba in Scranton, he’s the Mariano Rivera of AAA.

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