LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -The father of New York Yankees reliever Joba Chamberlain left the hospital after recovering from respiratory failure brought on by pneumonia.
Harlan Chamberlain said Tuesday he was feeling stronger and thanked people for their thoughts and prayers.
The elder Chamberlain collapsed at home on April 13 and was hospitalized. Joba Chamberlain left that night after the Yankees' game against Boston to be near his father.
He missed five games and rejoined the Yankees in Baltimore on April 19.
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