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    by Published on 07-30-12 11:46 AM

    Joba Chamberlain made another rehab appearance yesterday, this time with Double-A Trenton. He entered the game with two outs and the bases empty to get some work coming into the middle of an inning, and proceeded to strike out the side after allowing a leadoff single in his second inning of work. Altogether, Joba allowed one hit and struck out three in 1.1 innings of work, and apparently saw his fastball velocity top out at 98 MPH. The plan is for Joba to make one more minor league appearance, probably with Trenton as well, to make sure he’s sharp enough to return to the big league roster. His rehab clock expires on August 8th, so he can make as many appearances between now and then as the team likes, but it sounds like he could be back up by this weekend now.

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    by Published on 07-30-12 09:24 AM

    Via George King, Andy Pettitte has suffered a setback of sorts in his attempt to rehab a fractured ankle. An x-ray taken Friday indicated that Pettitte has not seen the amount of healing in the ankle that Yankees’ team doctors had hoped for, something he blamed on perhaps working a little too hard in his attempt to return to the Yankees’ rotation. The left-hander specifically singled out a recent event in Seattle in which he experienced a new round of swelling in the area, confessing that he “did a little too much.”

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