Yesterday, police in Lincoln, Nebraska said that the estranged mother of Yankees pitcher Joba Chamberlain was "arrested on charges of selling methamphetamine to an undercover police officer in February." Jacqueline Standley, 44, allegedly sold a gram of a meth-like substance (for $110) to a cop back in February. After tests confirmed it was meth, she was arrested over the weekend and her bail was set at $5,000. She previously said that her depression and trouble with drugs prompted her to let Chamberlain's father raise him and his sister; “No. I wasn’t the greatest mother. But in the bad choices I made, I in turn made good choices. And one was for them to be with their dad a lot.” Chamberlain, who says he hasn't spoken to her in a while, told the Daily News, "You've only got one mom, man, and you've got to be thankful for her. I still love her." Random fact: Standley appeared in the same courtroom where Chamberlain pleaded guilty to his October DUI.