Joba Chamberlain

RP / Milwaukee Brewers / EXP: YRS / MINORS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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    • Joba Chamberlain: Plans to retire
      By RotoWire Staff

      Chamberlain said Wednesday that he doesn't plan on pitching in the majors again, George King of the New York Post reports. Chamberlain, who was released by the Brewers earlier in the year, will call it quits after 10 years in the majors. "No, it's time to be a dad," he told King when asked if he had one more try to get back to the big leagues in him. The 32-year-old compiled a 3.81 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and an 8.8 K/9 through 555.1 career innings.

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    • Joba Chamberlain: Released by Milwaukee
      By RotoWire Staff

      Chamberlain was released by the Brewers on Wednesday. Chamberlain, who registered a 2.25 ERA over 20 innings with the Indians last season, attended Brewers camp as a non-roster invitee, but the team couldn't find enough opportunities in Cactus League play for him to stake his claim to a bullpen spot. The 31-year-old will try to latch on with another organization, but may have to settle for a minor-league deal.

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    • Chamberlain signed a minor league contract with the Brewers on Friday, Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reports. The former top prospect spent the first half of the 2016 season with the Indians, but he was designated for assignment in July after dealing with various ailments in the prior months. Chamberlain certainly isn't as highly touted as he once was, but he was able to compile a 2.25 ERA and an 8.1 K/9 during his brief time in Cleveland, so there's a chance he could land a spot in an inexperienced Milwaukee bullpen.

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    • Indians' Joba Chamberlain: Designated for assignment
      By RotoWire Staff

      Chamberlain was designated for assignment by the Indians on Monday, MLB.com's Jordan Bastian reports. In a flurry of roster moves, Cleveland DFA'd both Chamberlain and lefty specialist Tom Gorzelanny, calling up relievers Mike Clevinger and T.J. House to take their respective spots on the 40-man roster. It's a bit surprising to see Chamberlain let go in this manner, as he had accumulated a 2.25 ERA and 1.15 WHIP over 20 frames of middle relief. He had pitched in two of the last three games, however, so the need for a fresh arm prevailed.

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    • Chamberlain (ribs) was activated from the disabled list Wednesday. Chamberlain returns to the Indians almost immediately after he was eligible to come off the disabled list. He suffered an intercostal strain in late May that landed him on the shelf, but prior to that injury, the veteran was enjoying a resurgent 2016 campaign. In 14 appearances, Chamberlain had posted a 1.93 ERA with a microscopic .86 WHIP before suffering the injury. He'll rejoin the Indians' bullpen Wednesday while Cody Anderson will be sent back down to Triple-A Columbus in a corresponding move.

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