Hector Rondon replacing Justin Wilson on Cubs' NLCS roster

Chicago Cubs relief pitcher Hector Rondon will replace Justin Wilson on the team's NLCS roster, reports the Daily Herald's Bruce Miles.

What It Means:

Rondon was not a part of the NLDS roster due to some concerns over his health. But, in the next round, he will step in for Justin Wilson, who has pitched just 2/3 of an inning in one postseason appearance to date. With the Cubs' opponent, the Los Angeles Dodgers, down a left-handed bat in Corey Seager, Rondon makes sense as a right-handed hurler.

At 29, Rondon is an experienced postseason pitcher. In the last 2 years, he has pitched to a 4.09 ERA and 1.36 WHIP across 11 innings and 12 appearances.