Jake Arrieta Breaks Record for Lowest ERA in 2nd Half of Season in MLB History

October 3, 2015 by  

To say that Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jake Arrieta had a good second half to his season would be an understatement—a big one.

In his last start of the regular season Friday night, the Cubs ace delivered six innings of two-hit, shutout baseball and seven strikeouts against the Milwaukee Brewers. Another dominating performance brought his second-half ERA to a minuscule 0.75, the lowest in baseball history, according to statistician Bleacher Report - Chicago Cubs
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