The Daily Outkick: Friday, May 29, 2020

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Baseball May Never Fully Recover If It Loses Season This Way (New York Post) This is different than 1994, when it truly felt like baseball had finally gone and poured gasoline all over itself, gone and done irreparable harm. Bad as 1994 was, baseball wasn’t yet considered damaged. It is different now.

World Leaders React To China’s Controversial National Security Bill In Hong Kong (CNBC) China’s new security law for Hong Kong is said to effectively bypass Hong Kong’s legislature, raising concerns over whether it is a breach of the Chinese city’s autonomy.

Report: NCAA Football Oversight Committee To Recommend Six-Week Preseason Camp (SI) With the NCAA’s ban of on-campus training activities due to be lifted on June 1, the college sports governing body appears to be inching closer to making preparations for the fall sports season.

Tweet Responsibly: A Guide To Twitter In 2020 (Wall Street Journal) Rule 1: Don’t believe everything you read.

NFL Owners Approve Three Rule Changes For 2020, But Onside Kick Alternative Not Among Them (CBS Sports) Game-clock manipulation, expanded replay, and defenseless player changes have been approved.

Amazon Is Gaining On Shipping Giants (Axios) By building its own logistics ecosystem and investing in promising electric and autonomous vehicle startups, Amazon could lower its shipping costs to the point that partners like UPS become competitors instead.

Who Should Bear The Financial Brunt Of The Coronavirus In Baseball? (New York Times) The owners shipped a pay proposal to players that appeared to be a nonstarter. But the sides want a deal by Monday to return to play.

Kansas Soldier Saves ‘Countless Lives’ By Driving Truck Into Active Shooter: Reports (Fox News) An active duty soldier in Kansas was credited with saving “countless lives” this week when he drove his truck into an active shooter on a bridge.

Roy Halladay Documentary Shows Ace’s Addiction, Mental Health Struggles In Hopes Others Seek Help (Yahoo! Sports) “Imperfect,” which debuts Friday on ESPN, reveals Roy Halladay’s struggles with mental health and addiction.

Are States With Lower Income Tax Rates Better At Winning Championships? (538) Business Insider estimates that Tom Brady sacrificed between $60 million and $100 million in potential earnings to give the Patriots flexibility within the salary cap. His prioritizing winning over earnings paid off.

Boston Marathon Canceled For First Time In 124-year History (Boston Globe) The race — which had been postponed from April to Sept. 14 due to coronavirus — will be held as a virtual event.

Weather Delays The SpaceX Crew Dragon Launch (Wired) The historic launch planned for Wednesday was pushed back due to stormy conditions, but the launch window remains open. SpaceX and NASA will try again Saturday.

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