- The Washington Times - Wednesday, April 15, 2009

WEDNESDAY: BEST BET ON TELEVISION

After 82 regular-season games, a Southeast Division title and higher expectations, it's playoff time as the Capitals host the Rangers in Game 1. 7 p.m., CSN

Newsmakers: Who's making headlines this week

Angel Cabrera

When a golfer wins one major, it can be a fluke. When Cabrera won his second at the Masters, he joined elite company.

Isiah Thomas

Welcome back to coaching… at Florida International. Over/under until he messes this up is two years.

Kevin Garnett

He'll miss the Celtics' final two regular-season games but maybe for the best - Boston still can win it if he's healthy.

Oscar De La Hoya

The 36-year-old called it quits Tuesday, closing a career in which he won 10 titles in six different divisions.

Josh Beckett

The Red Sox's ace was suspended six games and fined for throwing at Bobby Abreu and helping to incite a brawl.

TWT FIVE: HARRY KALAS CALLS

1. 2008 World Series - “The Philadelphia Phillies are 2008 world champions of baseball!” Enough said.

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