Joba Chamberlain knows there is a lesson to be learned here, but it's not about changing and trying to play it safe and be something you are not as a person, a pitcher or most importantly, a father.

Asked last night the lesson learned from his terrible trampoline accident Thursday, which produced a grotesque right ankle/foot injury as Chamberlain was on an outing with his 5-year-old son Karter, the Yankees right-hander answered: "I will never question being a father."

He shouldn't question being a father but he needs to question the choices he makes. If he doesn't, the Yankees will question if it's the right move to keep him in pinstripes.