Joba gets his boot off in 2 weeks

Joba Chamberlain said that his arm has completely recovered from Tommy John Surgery and he is expected to get his boot off his foot in about two weeks, according to an AP report.

Joba actually sounds like he is doing pretty well. He has resumed working out at the Yankees minor league complex. The expectation that he would have been back from the elbow injury by June, the news that his arm is 100 percent is right on schedule and his ankle injury seems better than originally anticipated.

It is still hard to gauge when he might be back, but the news doesn’t seem nearly as grim as it did back in March. Perhaps he could be back on the field by August.

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2 Responses to Joba gets his boot off in 2 weeks

  1. TAMMY MASCIA says:

    I WISH YOU THE BEST ,WE DO WANT YOU BACK BUT ONLY IF YOUR HEALTH ALLOWS @ 100%,IT MUST ALSO BE HARD ON YOUR FAMILY AS WELL ,I WISH THEMWELL TOO~AND PLEASE NEXT TIME ,PLEASE A FRIENDLY GAME OF 'CATCH' WITH YOUR SON ,ITS SOMETHING YOU KNOW WELL~~ WE AS PARENTS TRY OUR BEST TO DO ANYTHING FOR OUR KIDS,EVEN KEEP UP WITH THEM…WE AS PARENTS ALSO HAVE TO THINK IF ITS GOING TO JESPORDIZE OUR HEALTH IN THE LONG ~RUN,WE'RE NOT SUPER ~HEROS AS MUCH AS WE LIKE OUR KIDS TO THINK SO~GOOD LUCK !!! WE'LL BE CHECKING ON YOUR PROGRESS,NY TAMMY AND @ I LOVE MY NY YANKEES 'TEAM PLAYERS 'WISH YOU WELL TOO~ http://www.facebook.com/N.Y.TAMMY

  2. hotdog says:

    Tammy, that was well said…i'm sick of Joba but that's just because I'm a little cynical…