March 23, 2012 by staff
Joba Chamberlain, Joba Chamberlain, who once swept New York into a fervor with his dominant relief work for the Yankees, now finds his career in some doubt after dislocating his right ankle while playing on a trampoline with his son.
Chamberlain, who was already working his way back from Tommy John elbow surgery at Yankees camp, suffered the injury at what general manager Brian Cashman explained was a “kid’s center with athletic activities featuring trampolines,” according to the YES Network’s Jack Curry. Chamberlain had surgery Thursday night for what was described as an “open dislocation” and will be hospitalized for several days.
Chamberlain, who was less than a year removed from Tommy John surgery, tweets often about his 5-year-old son Karter, posting a silly photo of the two just a day before the trampoline incident. Cashman told Curry he did not believe Chamberlain’s son was hurt in the accident.
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