Harang has pitched 200 innings the past two seasons and Narron believed the 28-year-old could easily continue a positive run in 2007."Anytime a guy can go out there and give you 200-plus innings, and he's capable of that, he's capable of a real big year," Narron said. "Then it comes down to how well we play behind him and how many runs we score for him. We have a real good feel when he's out there. We all have a lot of confidence that we'll be in the ballgame and that he'll give us a quality start every time out." Other than to say that right-hander Bronson Arroyo would start Wednesday's second game vs. Chicago, Narron declined to name the rest of his probable starters. Eric Milton and Kyle Lohse are both pitching in Saturday's final exhibition vs. the Marlins at Dayton. A fifth starter, who has yet to be named, isn't needed until April 8. "When we know exactly the order it'll be, we'll let you know," Narron said.
Mark Sheldon is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.