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David Haigh: Pulling Jose Quintana for Hector Rondon is Joe Maddon's latest head-scratcher

LOS ANGELES - Welcome to the playoff roster, Hector Rondon.

The Dodgers are glad you could make it.

Center fielder Chris Taylor greeted the Cubs reliever to the postseason by sending his second pitch to start the sixth inning 401 feet into the bleachers in right-center field for a solo home run that gave his team the lead and revived the late-arriving, sellout Dodger Stadium crowd of 54,289.

What is it with players named Taylor killing the Cubs this postseason? First, Michael Taylor of the Nationals hit two in consecutive National League Division Series games and now

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