Joba Chamberlain has received some results, but no answers.
Chamberlain had an MRI on his stiff right shoulder on Tuesday in New York, and though the Yankees would not reveal the results of the testing, they have made plans for Chamberlain to receive a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews in Alabama.
"I think we're all hopeful," manager Joe Girardi said. "We hope that we don't miss him very long, and we'll get him back on the mound as soon as he can."
Girardi has confirmed that he will miss at least one start.