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The Terps, attempting to hold on to the top spot in the ACC Atlantic Division, head to Blacksburg to face the Hokies. 7:30 p.m., ESPN
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The former H.D. Woodson and Marshall star resurfaced against the Redskins, and he gave the Steelers’ offense a big boost in the “Monday Night Football” win.
The Annapolis native and free agent would fit the bill for the Nationals, who sent Dmitri Young to the minors and otherwise have a Nick Johnson-sized hole at first base.
The Capitals star returned from Russia, where he visited his ailing grandfather … and the Capitals lost again, this time in overtime. He has just five points in nine games this season.
Maryland’s coach is winless against the Hokies since taking over the Terps. He could use a victory Thursday over his old buddy Frank Beamer to stay on top in the ACC.
He and the rest of his teammates have a week off to get healthy, though the wideout’s hamstring may be the most important of the lingering Redskins injuries.
TWT FIVE: TOP GOLD GLOVE PITCHERS
With Greg Maddux picking up No. 18 at the end of his 23rd season, a look at the pitchers who have won the most gold gloves.
1. Greg Maddux, 18: Missed the award in 2003 when Mike Hampton got it.
2. Jim Kaat, 16: Holds the American League record with 14 awards.
3. Bob Gibson, 9: The only member of this list in the Hall of Fame (though Maddux is sure to follow).
4. Bobby Shantz, 8: His first Gold Glove came when there were only nine awarded for all of MLB.
5. Mark Langston, 7: Missed award in 1989 when Seattle traded him to Montreal.