- The Washington Times - Friday, May 22, 2009


“The beauty of serving others is that anyone can do it. You don’t have to be president, and you don’t have to be a pro football player.” - President Obama, who helped assemble USO care packages this week with the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers


Magic vs. Cavaliers

Didn’t see Orlando taking Game 1 in Cleveland; LeBron James and Co. get a shot to even things up Friday in Game 2 before heading to Orlando on Sunday for Game 3.

Lakers vs. Nuggets

Game 3 takes the series to Denver for the first time on Saturday night. The Nuggets went 33-8 at home during the regular season and have yet to lose in six games at Pepsi Center during the playoffs.

NCAA lacrosse final four

The semifinal games (Syracuse-Duke, Cornell-Virginia) are on Saturday on ESPN2; ESPN will have the men’s title game Monday, a Memorial Day tradition.

Indy 500

Helio Castroneves is up front, but all eyes, as always, will be on Danica Patrick when they fire up the engines Sunday afternoon.


Jake Peavy isn’t going to the Chicago White Sox, but these other players could be on the move soon:

1. Matt Holliday, Oakland - The A’s are in last place, and the former Rockies slugger is in the last year of his deal. Billy Beane will continue to restock his system.

2. Nick Johnson, Washington - Speaking of last place… if Johnson remains healthy and keeps hitting, dealing him for prospects is a no-brainer.

3. Mark DeRosa, Cleveland - He’s versatile enough to play nearly everywhere, and the Indians are going nowhere with him.

4. Aubrey Huff, Baltimore - Teams needing a versatile corner slugger could do a lot worse.

5. Erik Bedard, Seattle - He’s pitched well, but Seattle is looking to shed salaries.

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