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The right-hander has posted a 2.21 ERA away from Wrigley Field this season, which is almost a full point lower than his mark at home (3.07 ERA). Those 11 starts have seen Arrieta give up 58 hits and 18 earned runs over 73.1 innings pitched.
The good stats keep flowing for Arrieta, as the Cubs visit the Pittsburgh Pirates Tuesday. In two starts against the Buccos this season, Arrieta has a 1.29 ERA and has only allowing batters to hit .180.
Arrieta and the Cubs are currently -118 when they take to PNC Park Tuesday.