The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, June 4, 2019

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Hank Haney Suspended In Latest Outrage Mob Absurdity (Outkick) The nation’s third largest newspaper is calling for a golf opinionist to be banned from every golf course in the world because they didn’t like what he said about the game of golf.

Congress, Enforcement Agencies Target Tech (Wall Street Journal) Federal antitrust enforcers and lawmakers are poised to scrutinize the largest technology companies for anticompetitive practices.

Blues Bounce Back Against Bruins With 4-2 Win In Game 4 (CBS Sports) The Blues make it a best-of-three with a dominant performance in Game 4

A Farewell For iTunes (New York Times) Craig Federighi, an Apple executive, announcing the end of iTunes on Monday. It will be replaced with separate apps for music, podcasts and video.

With No. 1 MLB Draft Pick, Orioles Make Catcher Adley Rutschman The Centerpiece Of Rebuild (Washington Post) Rutschman is a 6-foot-2, 216-pound switch hitter who batted .418 with a .580 on-base percentage and .764 slugging percentage this season.

The 2020 Campaigns Aren’t Ready For Deepfakes (Axios) Consultants who specialize in warding off misinformation are by and large unimpressed with campaigns’ preparations for dealing with fake media.

The Warriors’ Ever-Expanding M.A.S.H. Tent Hasn’t Derailed Their Finals Push … Yet (The Ringer) It all could unravel at any moment—will it?

Another Coach To Plead Guilty In College Admissions Scandal (NY Post) The former head coach of the University of Southern California women’s soccer team has agreed to plead guilty for his role in the nationwide college admissions scandal.

The Case For Allowing Schools To Make Scholarship Offers Public (SI) If coaches and players were permitted by NCAA rules to talk about the recruiting process in full, the shady moves both sides make during the process would be a lot harder to stomach.

James Holzhauer’s Jeopardy Winning Streak Has Come To An End (Vox) The Jeopardy champion came this close to beating Ken Jennings’ earnings record, but he still made history.

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