Sports Day Tampa Bay podcast: Bucs have a brutal early schedule

Plus, the Rays win their sixth straight series. And, Lightning GM Julien BriseBois will speak today.
Jameis Winston and the Bucs open the 2019 season Sept. 8 against the 49ers at Raymond James Stadium. [MONICA HERNDON | Times]
Jameis Winston and the Bucs open the 2019 season Sept. 8 against the 49ers at Raymond James Stadium. [MONICA HERNDON | Times]
Published April 18

Rick Stroud breaks down the 2019 Bucs schedule, which starts with two games in five days, contains a stretch of 49 days without a game at Raymond James Stadium, and includes a five-game stretch that will have them traveling to the west coast twice, as well as London.

Plus, the Rays beat the Orioles, 8-1, to win their sixth straight series to open the season.

And, Lightning GM Julien BriseBois will hold his end-of-season news conference today. Will any changes be announced regarding the 62-win team that was bounced in the opening round of the playoffs?

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