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How Joba got his groove back

It was only one game, but maybe Joba Chamberlain has found the magic touch again?

Updated: April 7, 2010, 11:16 AM ET
By Wallace Matthews | ESPNNewYork.com

BOSTON -- Hold off on the Jo-bituary. Reports of the demise of Joba Chamberlain as a dominant relief pitcher have been greatly exaggerated.

The Yankees beat the Red Sox 6-4 on Tuesday night at Fenway Park in your typical four-hour Yankees-Red Sox skirmish -- a game that was not won when Jorge Posada finally crossed home plate five batters after he doubled to lead off the eighth inning, nor when Robinson Cano lined a ninth-inning home run to provide a slight measure of insurance in ...

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