The Detroit Tigers have re-signed pitcher Joba Chamberlain to a 1 year deal worth $1 million plus incentives, tweets Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com tweets that Chamberlain’s incentives are $100,000 for his 35th, 40th, 45th, 50th, and 55th appearance of the year, and if he somehow becomes the first middle reliever to win the Cy Young Award, he will get an additional $100,000. 184 more words
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LAKELAND, Fla. — Joba Chamberlain returned to Detroit’s spring training facility, not completely clean shaven, but without the scraggly, overgrown beard that made him so easily identifiable with the Tigers last season. 1,268 more words
By Ashley Dunkak
LAKELAND, FLA. – Joba Chamberlain could have made more money elsewhere, Detroit Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski said Tuesday. Chamberlain, one of the team’s steadiest relievers in 2014, came back to Detroit in part because he felt badly about the way the 2014 season ended. 954 more words
DETROIT – The Detroit Tigers announced today that the club has agreed to terms on a one-year contract with righthanded pitcher Joba Chamberlain.
“We are pleased that Joba is returning to our ballclub,” said Detroit Tigers President, CEO and General Manager David Dombrowski. 133 more words
UPDATE: The physical is passed and the deal is official: $1 million plus incentives. Oh, and Chamberlain’s beard is gone if you care about such things… 108 more words