Joba Chamberlain Injury: Yankee Righthander Released From Hospital; Long Rehab Ahead

Yankees reliever Joba Chamberlain suffered a horrifying freak accident Thursday on a trampoline. Early Sunday, he was able to go home:

That’s the good news. Here’s the bad:

Chamberlain and the team are both optimistic that he could return sometime this summer, according to the New York Post, but given the fact that he was still coming back from Tommy John surgery, that seems optimistic:

Doctors have said he will not be able to do any weight-bearing activity for anywhere from six weeks to three months, which also will impact his recovery from Tommy John surgery he had last year.

For more on Joba and the Yankees, please visit Pinstripe Alley and SB Nation New York.

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