Cubs announce 25-man NLDS roster, Rondon left off


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Rondon was left off the NLDS roster (Charles LeClaire - USA Today Sports)
Rondon was left off the NLDS roster (Charles LeClaire - USA Today Sports)

CHICAGO – The Chicago Cubs have set their 25-man roster in advance of the start of their National League Division Series tonight against the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park.

The Cubs and Nationals play the first two games of the National League Division Series tonight and tomorrow night in Washington D.C. before the series moves to Chicago for Game Three on Monday, October 9 and Game Four (if necessary) on Tuesday, October 10. The clubs would return to Nationals Park for Game 5 (if necessary) on Thursday, October 12.

Here is a look at the Chicago Cubs National League Division Series roster:

PITCHERS (11)
6-Carl Edwards Jr., RHP
28-Kyle Hendricks, RHP
32-Brian Duensing, LHP
34-Jon Lester, LHP
37-Justin Wilson, LHP
38-Mike Montgomery, LHP
41-John Lackey, RHP
46-Pedro Strop, RHP
49-Jake Arrieta, RHP
62-José Quintana, LHP
71-Wade Davis, RHP


POSITION PLAYERS (14)
2-Tommy La Stella, INF
5-Albert Almora Jr., OF
8-Ian Happ, INF
9-Javier Báez, INF
12-Kyle Schwarber, OF
13-Alex Avila, C
17-Kris Bryant, INF
18-Ben Zobrist, INF
22-Jason Heyward, OF
24-Leonys Martín, OF
27-Addison Russell, INF
30-Jon Jay, OF
40-Willson Contreras, C
44-Anthony Rizzo, INF



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