All Worn Out by Jobamania in the Bronx

Posted: 1st October 2009 by Dan Hanzus in MLB
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I don't want to talk about him anymore. I just don't. I've already done it here, and here, and here, and here. It's all too much at this point. But I don't have a choice. I write a Yankees Web log and Joba Chamberlain is the biggest story about the Yankees as the postseason approaches. I am tied to him, and he is tied to me. I kind of feel like Whitney Houston in the Bobby Brown Era. Here's the thing: there was actually progress on Wednesday night. Joba finally admitted he's terrible. It's obviously ridiculous to applaud that, seeing as he's allowed 89 baserunners in his last 45-2/3 innings, but Joba spent the last two months denying that unequivocal truth. On Sept. 20, for instance, he allowed seven runs over three innings against the Mariners and later said this: "My delivery was great, ...

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