Joba Chamberlain Injury: Updates on Yankees Pitcher's Elbow
The Yankees hoped Chamberlain would be able to remain in the game. He took a few practice throws off the mound, but the swelling was too much and he was replaced by David Phelps.
Baltimore scored a run off of Phelps the following inning, grabbing a 2-1 win in 13 innings.
X-rays negative on Joba Chamberlain. Yankees are calling it a right elbow contusion for now; will be re-evaluated tomorrow.— Bryan Hoch (@BryanHoch) October 12, 2012
More information should be available on Friday after Chamberlain is re-evaluated. Bleacher Report will keep you posted with updates as they become available.
Chamberlain allowed one hit and had a strikeout in one inning pitched in his first postseason appearance of 2012. He appeared in just 22 games this season, following an ankle injury during preseason.
His first appearance came on August 1. Chaberlain allowed 10 earned runs in 20.2 innings pitched for a 4.35 ERA.
Chamberlain was 1-0 with no saves and four holds. He was averaging just over one strikeout per inning with 22 on the season.
Trainers help New York Yankees relief pitcher Joba Chamberlain, third from right, … tmblr.co/ZDLoayV7g5BO— It's a long season. (@mighty_flynn) October 12, 2012
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