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Winnebago baseball player seeking to land spot on another team






Joba Chamberlain is seen here pitching for the Detroit Tigers. Photo: Jake Slagle

Joba Chamberlain, a citizen of the Winnebago Tribe who has played in professional baseball for 10 years, is seeking a spot on a new team.

Chamberlain, 31, made his Major League Baseball debut in 2007. Since then, he's played for the New York Yankees, the Detroit Tigers, the Kansas City Royals and the Cleveland Indians.

Now the right-handed pitcher has set his sights on the Milwaukee Brewers, the Associated Press reports. He's been in Wisconsin since February for spring training and could join the team for the spring season.

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