The much anticipated starting debut of Joba Chamberlain didn't go quite as expected for the Yankees as he left the game in the third inning. Nobody saw that coming, right?
Will ESPN be giving more round-the-clock updates on how Chamberlain deals with this latest setback? Given the amount of coverage for a young pitcher on a last place team, there is no way that he could have succeeded.
Adam Sandler was on the Jim Rome Show on Tuesday and said that Joba reminded him of a young Roger Clemens. And if that is the case, you have to imagine that Chamberlain is coping with this loss in the arms of an underage country singer.