For those non-medheads out there in the audience, when a pitcher takes his MRI results to Birmingham, Alabama, it's to go see Dr. James Andrews. Per ESPN:
Chamberlain returned to New York for tests on his shoulder Tuesday. The team said before its game against the Texas Rangers that it would not reveal the results of the MRI exam until Chamberlain is seen by Andrews in Birmingham, Ala.
While I hate the Yankees, I hope Joba's shoulder isn't cooked. He's a fun guy to watch pitch...and to watch duck decapitation throws from Pudge.