Look, there’s Joba Dabba Doo at The Detroit Tiger’s Spring Traning facility. The professional wrestling image is gone. No scraggly beard. It might however return. You know how superstitious players are. Joba, now 29, promises to keep it a little bit restrained. Chamberlain agreed to a one year one million dollar contract with incentives. Chamberlain went 2-5 with 3.57 era for The Tigers in 2014. Joba struggled down the stretch, pitching to a 4.97 ERA. He also allowed four earned runs in two Post Season appearances. Brad Ausmus called Chamberlain a good teammate. We have unfinished business to settle and Joba wants to be part of that.