Today's Top 10 Video Highlights
ESPN.com ranks the Top 10 video highlights for April 15th, 2009
Originally Published: April 15, 2009By Michael Cupo | ESPN.com
The Best for April 15th, 2009
- 1. Remembering Jackie Robinson - Tom Rinaldi profiles baseball and civil rights pioneer Jackie Robinson.
- 2. Draft Watch - Mel Kiper Jr. talks about Andre Smith, Kenny Britt and Percy Harvin.
- 3. Isiah Thomas Faces The Music - Isiah Thomas answers questions about his new job at Florida International and his tumultuous time with the Knicks.
- 4. SportsCenter's Top Plays - Watch the best highlights from SportsCenter.
- 5. Mike And Mike: Curse Of The Fat Man - Mike Golic predicts the Cleveland Indians will win the World Series; Greeny talks about bad predictions in history.
- 6. MLB Superfan Alyssa Milano - Alyssa Milano talks to Jay Crawford about her clothing line and her new book.
- 7. On The Clock: Chiefs - Mike Tirico, Trent Dilfer, Chris Mortensen and Mel Kiper Jr. tell you what the Chiefs need to do in the draft.
- 8. Tigers Maul White Sox, 9-0 - Miguel Cabrera had three hits and two RBI in the Tigers 9-0 win.
- 9. Daily Dime TV - Ten Drops of NBA Knowledge.
- 10. A's Eke Past Red Sox, 6-5 - Red Sox fall to 2-6 with 12-inning loss.
Best of the Rest
- 11. Oscar De La Hoya Retires From Boxing - Oscar De La Hoya on why he retired.
- 12. Hawks Fly By Heat, 81-79 - Atlanta wins at home against Miami.
- 13. Crede's RBI Double In 11th Powers Twins - Twins snapped a 10-game losing streak to the Blue Jays.
- 14. Hasheem Thabeet Will Enter NBA Draft - J.A. Adande looks at where Thabeet could go in the draft.
- 15. John Buck Powers Royals Past Indians - Buck knocks two homers as the Royals beat the Indians, 9-3.
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