Yankees Pitcher Pleads Guilty To DUI In Nebraska

Yankee ChamberlainJoba Chamberlain, a pitcher for the New York Yankees and Huskers player, plead guilty today to a DUI charge in connection with an October 18 traffic stop on the outskirts of Lincoln, Nebraska.

A story on ESPN.com says that Chamberlain was sentenced to 9 months probation. He also received a 60-day license suspension, $400 fine and must complete an alcohol education class.

Police say that his blood-alcohol level was .134 percent, well above the .08 legal limit in Nebraska.

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