Yankees' Chamberlain pitches in for Sandy relief

The New York Yankees' own Joba Chamberlain is pitching in to help victims of Hurricane Sandy. The pitcher greeted fans at Yankee Stadium who were

THE BRONX - The New York Yankees' own Joba Chamberlain is pitching in to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.

The pitcher greeted fans at Yankee Stadium who were donating clothes, household items and food to those in need after the storm. Chamberlain says he's grateful for how generous fans have been.

The Bronx Bombers are keeping Gate Two staffed around the clock to take in donations.

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