Winnebago Yankee to undergo tests on shoulder

Joba Chamberlain, a member of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska who plays for the New York Yankees, will undergo tests on his shoulder.

Chamberlain, 22, injured his shoulder during a game last night. He had to leave during the fifth inning and the Yankees ended up losing to the Texas Rangers.

Chamberlain has quickly become a star pitcher for the Yankees in his first season in the major leagues.

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Joba hurt, Yankees lose on Byrd's 9th-inning slam (AP 8/5)
Shoulder, Not Loss, Is Yanks’ Worry (The New York Times 8/5)

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