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For the Cubs, Jake Arrieta was the move that put them over the top

Despite an ill-fated reunion tour in 2021, the mark Jake Arrieta left on the Chicago Cubs organization is one that won’t soon be forgotten. The bearded right-hander played an integral role during the team’s peak – emerging as not just one of the best arms on the team, but in all baseball, evidenced by his run to the 2015 National League Cy Young Award.
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“It’s Just My Time”: Jake Arrieta Retires After 12 Seasons

After 12 seasons in the MLB, Jake Arrieta is retiring. He announced his decision on Barstool Sports’ “Pardon My Take” podcast, where he said he hasn’t signed papers yet, but plans to retire this year. A product of Plano East Senior High School, Arrieta played for...
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Cubs Legend Jake Arrieta Updates His Playing Status

Veteran starting pitcher Jake Arrieta has decided that it’s time for him to focus on other things in life. Last night, the former Chicago Cubs right-hander and ace announced that he would be retiring from the game of baseball. Arrieta walks away from the game with a career WAR...
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Jake Arrieta Retiring From Baseball

(AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File) Former Cubs ace Jake Arrieta is retiring from baseball. The former Cy Young Award winner said on Barstool Sports’ “Pardon My Take” podcast that it’s time to step away from the game. Arrieta is ending his 12-year MLB career. The right-hander pitched for the Cubs from 2013 to 2017 and the first half of the 2021 campaign. He helped Chicago win the 2016 World Series and tossed two no-hitters in a Cubs uniform.
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Cubs Congratulate Retiring Jake Arrieta on ‘Incredible' Run

Cubs remember retiring Jake Arrieta's 'incredible' run originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. It's basically official. Former Cubs ace Jake Arrieta is retiring. “I haven’t signed the papers, but I’m done,” Arrieta said on the Pardon My Take podcast in an episode released on Monday. “It’s time for me to step away from the game. At some point, the uniform goes to somebody else, and it’s just my time, really.”
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Cy Young winner Jake Arrieta announces retirement from baseball after 12 MLB seasons

Jake Arrieta, the 2015 National League Cy Young Award winner, confirmed that he was retiring from Major League Baseball during an appearance on the Pardon My Take podcast on Monday. Arrieta said he had not yet filed the paperwork with the league, but that he was "done" after appearing in parts of 12 big-league seasons.
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Former Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta retires from baseball

It's basically official. Former Chicago Cubs ace Jake Arrieta is retired. “I haven’t signed the papers, but I’m done,” Arrieta said on the Pardon My Take podcast in an episode released on Monday. “It’s time for me to step away from the game. At some point, the uniform goes to somebody else, and it’s just my time, really.”
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Former Cubs ace Jake Arrieta says he's retiring

CHICAGO (AP) — Jake Arrieta, a key pitcher on the Chicago Cubs' 2016 World Series championship team, has decided to retire.Arrieta made the announcement during a Barstool Sports podcast."I haven't signed the papers, man, but I'm done. It's time for me to step away from the game," he said. "At some point the uniform goes to somebody else and it's just my time, really."The 36-year-old Arrieta went 5-14 with a 7.39 ERA in 24 starts for the Cubs and San Diego Padres last season. He finishes his career with a 115-93 record and 3.98 ERA in 285 games, 279 starts, over...
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Jake Arrieta reveals he knew his career was ending when he was still with the Phillies years ago. It’s unofficially official. Former Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Jake Arrieta is retiring from Major League Baseball, he announced on Pardon My Take:. “I haven’t signed the papers, but I’m done,” Arrieta said....
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Former Cy Young winner Jake Arrieta announces retirement

April 19 - Pitcher Jake Arrieta announced his retirement Monday after 12 seasons in the majors. The 36-year-old Arrieta finished his career with a 115-93 record and 3.98 ERA. He amassed 1,433 strikeouts in 1,612 1/3 innings. Arrieta won the Cy Young Award in 2015, when he went 22-6 with...
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Former Cy Young Award winner Jake Arrieta retires after 12 seasons

April 18 (UPI) -- Former National League Cy Young Award winner Jake Arrieta announced his retirement from baseball on Monday after 12 seasons. "Well, I haven't signed the papers, man, but I'm done. It's time for me to step away from the game," Arrieta said on Barstool Sports' Pardon My Take podcast. "At some point, the uniform goes to somebody else and it's just my time, really."
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