New York Yankees pitcher Joba Chamberlain is out of the hospital three days after a severe ankle injury that's cast doubt on the future of his career.
Chamberlain left Saint Joseph's Hospital in Tampa on Sunday.
Yankees' general manager Brian Cashman said Chamberlain's recovery is going as well as can be expected.
The 26-year-old reliever badly dislocated his right ankle while playing with his son at a Tampa-area facility that has trampoline equipment.
Cashman said Chamberlain will be in a cast for six weeks.
He was already working his way back from elbow surgery and was expected to return in June even before this latest setback.