Your Opening Day Starter Chad Dotson 03/28/2007 7 Aaron Harang, for the second straight year. Can’t wait to watch him from the upper deck of Great American Ballpark. Share this:TweetPrint 7 Responses Justin 03/28/2007 Harang followed by Arroyo. I think it is amongst the best in baseball as far as 1-2. Harang will not be that bad. He does give up home runs but they are out weighed by K’s and innings pitched, unlike Eric Milton. Harang should be good for 16 wins again. The bullpen last year cost him 4 more wins. greg 03/28/2007 Harang-Arroyo is a competent 1-2. It looks like the best because we’ve had to suffer through #1 starters like Harnisch and Wilson. Bill 03/28/2007 Actually, Harnisch was a pretty effective for the Reds, especially in ’98 and ’99. Justin 03/28/2007 Harnisch was very solid in 98 and 99 and wwas a good piece of business from JB the garabage monster in Washington. But neertheless, no pitcher in the National League had more then 16 wins. CDE 03/28/2007 I will be there as well, section 410. Hopefully Aaron fares better than last year’s opening day start. Mark T 03/28/2007 The way Harang’s been going, you might want to bring along your mitt. doug 03/28/2007 Section 103 in the first 10 rows! Hopefully I dont have to catch any Cubs Hrs.