According to a pair of American League talent evaluators, the Braves and Giants have an interest in Joba Chamberlain.

Braves scout Jim Fregosi watched Chamberlain pitch a scoreless inning Friday night in Baltimore, when his fastball was clocked in the mid-90s.

The Giants sent scout Lee Elder to Target Field for last night’s Twins-Yankees game exclusively to watch Chamberlain. He posted another scoreless frame but walked and hit a batter.

During spring training the Rangers were interested in Chamberlain, but never made an offer to the Yankees.

When Chamberlain started the season strong — he didn’t allow a run and just six hits in eight appearances from April 8 to April 27, the Yankees were pleased to have him in front of David Robertson and Mariano Rivera in the pen.

However, Chamberlain went on the disabled list May 3 with a right oblique problem and Shawn Kelley and Preston Claiborne filled the role very well.

Since returning May 27, Chamberlain’s velocity has been in the mid-90s, but he has been hit hard due to an inability to put hitters away because of an inconsistent slider. Last night he topped out at 96 mph.

In nine games since coming off the shelf, Chamberlain has worked 9 1/3 innings, allowed 14 hits (four homers) and given up nine runs. He has whiffed a dozen and walked four.

Chamberlain, 26, will be a free agent following the season and isn’t expected to be part of the Yankees’ 2014 plans.