"Hopefully, it's not a goodbye, it's a thank you, obviously," Arrieta said. "I still intend to have another start in this ballpark. If that's where it ends, I did my best and I left it all out there."
Cubs avoid sweep, top Dodgers 3-2 to cut NLCS deficit to 3-1 →
"These next few days are going to be extremely special, and if we're fortunate enough to get past these guys, like I feel we are, I'm going to do everything I can to enjoy the last few weeks," Arrieta said Monday.
NLDS Game 4 of Nats-Cubs rained out, set to play Wednesday →