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Word of the Bay

Word of the Bay


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Kyle, Nick, and Anthony give their unique takes on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Rays, and Lightning each week.

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Anthony makes his big return to the show to talk about all things Jameis Winston and the future of the Buccaneers. He then asks Kyle to rank his love of Tampa pro sports. The guys talk about Kucherov's new deal, the northern media, and... more

Kyle talks about the Ybor Rays and the new developments in the story. Times reporter Greg Auman @gregauman joins to talk about the Buccaneers and Chase from Bolts by the Bay @BoltsByTheBay joins to talk about the Tampa Bay... more

Kyle talks about Jameis Winston and the Buccaneers next year. The Tampa Bay Lightning want John Tavares, Kyle talks about him and the Yzerplan. El Bushman joins the show to talk about the Rays and this new core of players.

Jameis Winston is getting suspended. The guys talk about that, the NHL draft, and and new crazy way to fund the Rays stadium.

Kyle goes at it alone to talk about the Rays playing better than expected. The news with Tropicana field, and the Stanley cup being used and abused by the Caps.

Our old friend Jonthan returns once more to the podcast to talk about his expience during the Lightning's cup run, the Rays doing better than expected, and the Buccaneers being the Bucs.

The guys talk Buccaneers, Rick Bowness, The Tampa Bay Lightning, and the unexpected Rays season. Then, they shift into talk about Infinity Wars.

Nick and Kyle talk though the pain of losing the ECF, the future of the Bolts, and other Tampa sports.

The Bolts even up the series. The Rays win 4 straight, and the Buccaneers prepare for OTAs. All that an more on a new WOTB.

Anthony and Kyle talk about the Bruins series, and look ahead to the Caps. They talk Evan Longoria's comments in the Tampa Bay times and wonder if baseball really can work in Tampa