CHICAGO — The door is now wide open for Hector Rondon to prove he can be the Chicago Cubs’ closer moving forward.
Firing nothing but fastballs that ranged from 96-98 mph, Rondon held off the Milwaukee Brewers for the second consecutive day to finish off a 4-2 victory Sunday.
He not only closed out victories on back-to-back days, he also improved to 5-for-5 on save opportunities this season.
“I put it in my mind to try to keep the game close, make good pitches and get guys out,” Rondon said. …Read the Rest