9 tweets that prove just how spectacular Jake Arrieta was in 2015

SHARE 9 tweets that prove just how spectacular Jake Arrieta was in 2015
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NL Cy Young award winner Jake Arrieta put together a historic 2015 season.

He dominated from his very first start of the season, when he pitched seven scoreless innings in a 2-0 win over the Cardinals.

Over the course of 22 wins, Cubs fans got used to seeing this:

Arrieta won his final 13 starts, no-hitting the Dodgers on Aug. 30. He lost just one game after the all-star break – when Cole Hamels tossed a no-hitter.

It truly was a season for the record books, but don’t take my word for it.

9 Tweets that prove just how spectacular Jake Arrieta was in 2015:

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