A 53-year-old man presented with a 12-year history of a progressively growing solid mass at his left shoulder. A 39x30x18-cm and 14.440-kg mass including the scapula was resected. Pathologic features were specific for chondroblastoma. During the 36-month follow-up, he had multiple inoperable metastatic lesions in his lungs. Histology of the transthoracic needle biopsy showed the metastatic nodules had features specific for chondroblastoma; however, the microscopic features additionally had hyperchromasia and increased mitotic activity in some areas. In the English literature, there are a few cases of chondroblastoma located in the scapula. It is exceptional to see this lesion in the sixth decade of life and with pulmonary metastases.