Jake Arrieta says he feels “good” ahead of Game 4 start in NLDS

Just hours before the Chicago Cubs and Washington Nationals play a crucial Game 3 of the NLDS at Wrigley Field, pitcher Jake Arrieta met the media and had some good news.

Arrieta told reporters that he feels good and is ready to make his Game 4 start on Tuesday afternoon at Wrigley Field.

That’s big for the Cubs who weren’t sure if the right-hander would be able to go with a hamstring injury. Arrieta cleared that all up on Monday calling himself 100 percent.

Check out what he had to say via FanRag sports:

Arrieta went on to discuss the possibility that this could be his final start at Wrigley Field for the Cubs. He’s set to be a free agent after the season and if the Cubs lose the series, Tuesday might be that day.

The Cubs won Game 1 of the series and had a 3-1 lead in the 8th inning of Game 2 before Washington scored 5 runs of Cubs relievers.

Now the two teams meet in Game 3 which will change the series and put one team on the verge of clinching on Tuesday.


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