Just when they thought they had their catching woes relieved by acquiring Pudge Rodriguez, the Yankees now face new pitching problems.
The NEW YORK DAILY NEWS reports that Joba Chamberlain has been put on the 15-day disabled list, after the hurler was hurting during Monday’s game against the Rangers. The decision was made after Joba paid a visit to Dr. James Andrews, the physician name baseball fans fear to hear.
Guess the Yanks shouldn’t have been so quick to ship Jeff Karstens off to Pittsburgh. After all, he almost tossed a no-hitter today.