Rondon will replace Justin Wilson in the bullpen since the latter was left off the roster for this upcoming series. During the course of the 2017 season, Rondon posted a 4.24 ERA and 1.22 WHIP in 57.1 innings.
Wilson only pitched once during the NLDS against Washington, recording two outs during Wednesday's Game 4 loss. He was replaced on the active roster by Hector Rondon, but could rejoin the 25-man for the World Series were the Cubs to advance.
Avilan -- who threw 20 pitches in his simulated outing -- cleared the final hurdle in his shoulder rehabilitation program and is ready to rejoin the Dodgers' active roster. He'll likely be added to the team's NLCS roster prior to Saturday's Game 1 matchup against the Cubs or Nationals.
Avilan missed the NLDS because of a sore shoulder, but if he's able to get through Wednesday's simulated outing with no issues, he could be added to the Dodgers' roster for the NLCS. The 28-year-old owns a 2.93 ERA and 52:22 K:BB through 46 innings of relief this season.
Pena split time in 2017 between Triple A and the big leagues, posting an ugly 5.24 ERA and 1.54 WHIP across 34.1 innings of relief with the Cubs. He'll compete for a spot in the Angels' bullpen come March.
The Marlins removed four players from their 40-man roster Saturday, and the 31-year-old relief pitcher was one of them. Over the course of 16 appearances with the big-league team this season, Guerra allowed just seven earned runs (3.00 ERA) and recorded a 12:7 K:BB in 21 innings.
Wooten accrued a disappointing 6.94 ERA across 23.1 innings at Triple-A Louisville in 2017. He will provide the Reds with Triple-A depth, and could surface once again in the major leagues with a productive year in 2018. The 32-year-old owns a 5.03 ERA across 68 innings at the big-league level.
Rondon could be added back onto the roster for the NLCS, were the Cubs to advance past this round, but he will be unavailable for the club's series against the Nationals. Over the course of the 2017 season, Rondon has posted a 4.24 ERA and 1.22 WHIP during 57.1 innings of relief work.
Avilan fired a successful bullpen session Tuesday and is set to throw again two days later. He's already been ruled out for the NLDS, but he could possibly return next week if the Dodgers advance to the NLCS.
After retiring the Rockies' final batter of the seventh inning, Bradley stayed in the contest to make a rare pinch-hitting appearance, and was able to come through with a critical, two-out, two-run triple to give the Snakes some breathing room. He would go on to give back both runs in the bottom half of the eighth inning, but was ultimately able to escape the frame with the Diamondbacks clinging to a lead. Despite his shaky outing, Bradley is still regarded as manager Torey Lovullo's go-to relief ace, so expect the 25-year-old to routinely cover multiple innings in high-leverage spots when needed throughout the Diamondbacks' postseason run.