The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, March 3, 2020

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Feeling Robbed, The Dodgers Are ‘Working Angry (New York Times) They have won seven N.L. West titles in a row, but no World Series titles in that time, and now must prepare for a new season believing that the Astros cheated them out of one in 2017.

Super Tuesday Preview: Sanders Is Favored In California, But Biden Is Strong In Parts Of The State (538) Fifty-three congressional districts, 415 pledged delegates, potentially 10 million voters — California is the big kahuna of Super Tuesday.

Tom Brady Keeps In ‘Consistent Contact’ With Antonio Brown, Hopes To Reunite On The Field In 2020, Per Report (CBS Sports) Brady wants to get back to work with Antonio Brown.

Tim Cook And Apple Bet Everything On China. Then Coronavirus Hit. (Wall Street Journal) Quarantines, tariffs and slumping sales have caused agitation about the company’s strategy of assembling most of its products there.

Social Media Played Significant Role In Tony Romo Getting Paid (SI) What happens on Twitter normally doesn’t translate to what is happening in real life.

Dow Futures Higher On Hopes Of Global Monetary Stimulus (CNBC) As of 4:30 a.m. ET, the Dow Jones industrial average indicated a positive open of more than 50 points.

Dan Patrick Show Remaining On Fox Sports Radio; Rich Eisen Show Will Not (The Big Lead) While Patrick struck a deal for his popular show to remain where it is on the terrestrial radio side of things, Eisen is looking for a new home.

Beto O’Rourke Joins Klobuchar And Buttigieg In Endorsing Biden (Axios) O’Rourke is the third former 2020 competitor to endorse Biden Monday.

Trevor Bauer Prepared For Possible Sign Stealing By Telling Hitter What Pitch Was Coming (For The Win) During Monday’s Cactus League game between the Reds and Dodgers, Bauer signaled his pitches to Dodgers first baseman Matt Beaty during a fourth-inning at-bat.

MSNBC Host Chris Matthews Announces Resignation Amid Series Of Controversies (Fox News) MSNBC star Chris Matthews shocked his colleagues and viewers Monday night by announcing that he was stepping down as host of the cable news channel’s primetime staple, “Hardball,” effective immediately.

Report: Grand Jury Hearing Evidence On Tyler Skaggs’ Death As Potential Criminal Charges Loom (Yahoo! Sports) Skaggs died from a combination of opioids and alcohol last July, a death that devastated the MLB community and led to MLB changing its opioid testing rules this winter.

James Lipton, ‘Inside The Actors Studio’ Host, Dies At 93 (Variety) “Inside the Actors Studio” had run for more than two decades and more than 240 episodes on Bravo beginning in 1994. It moved to Ovation TV in its 23rd season, which premiered last October.

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