The Brewers invited veteran pitcher Joba Chamberlain to Spring Training this year, but haven't guaranteed a spot on the big league roster just yet.
Chamberlain is a 10-year Major Leaguer, having spent the bulk of his career with the New York Yankees. He was instrumental on the Yankees pitching staff during their 2009 World Series championship, going 9-6 in 31 starts in the regular season. Joba also appeared in 3 World Series games against the Phillies.
After having spent time with the Tigers, Royals, and Indians, the 31 year-old right hander is jumping to the National League, hoping to make the Brewers roster.
He joined Greg Matzek Tuesday night on Sports Central to talk about his career, leaving the taking time off, and what he wants to bring to the Brewers.
Greg and Joba's conversation can be heard in your SoundCloud player above.