10 Reasons Joba Chamberlain Could Be New York Yankees' 2012 X-Factor

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10 Reasons Joba Chamberlain Could Be New York Yankees' 2012 X-Factor
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In the midst of the search for a No. 2 pitcher, New York Yankee fans have seemed to forgotten about Joba Chamberlain.

Chamberlain underwent Tommy John surgery last year and is on track to come back this upcoming season.

Everyone remembers his dominance out of the bullpen his rookie season with his 0.38 ERA and 34 SO in 24 innings.  Then he showed flashes of it last season before the injury with his 2.83 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 24 SO in 28.2 innings.

If Joba Chamberlain can return to form, he'll mean big things for the Yankees in more ways than one. 

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