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Our sports newsletters and mobile alerts will keep you in the know with the latest on your favorite local teams. [ PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY MEAGHAN HABUDA AND BERNADETTE BERDYCHOWSKI, PHOTO BY MARKO DITKUN | Times ]
Published Oct. 20, 2020

The Bucs have Tom Brady. The Lightning took home the Stanley Cup. The Rowdies made it to the Eastern Conference final. And the Rays are in the World Series.

This year is shaping up to be one of the most memorable for Tampa Bay sports fans. But there’s still a lot of news to keep up with as the seasons continue. We’re here to help.

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If you want all things Rays and Bucs sent directly to your inbox, for free, every week, our Rays Report and Bucs RedZone newsletters are your best bet. Sign up for updates and analysis for both teams.

(Bonus: Our third sports newsletter, Lightning Strikes, will come out periodically in the offseason but will return with weekly Bolts insights when the team is back on the ice.)

The Tampa Bay Times news app is also a great way to stay in the know. You can get mobile alerts about our sports coverage, and other topics, delivered right to your phone or tablet. To receive notifications, tackle these steps with just a few taps.

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Finally, tag along with our Sports crew on Twitter as they cover everything you need to know about your favorite teams, from the Bucs, Rays, Lightning and Rowdies to the Bulls, Gators and ’Noles. Follow @TBTimes_Sports to see the latest.

Tampa Bay fans on Instagram should give our account, @tampabaytimesbucs, a follow, too, for more staff videos and photo galleries and a behind-the-scenes look at Brady and the Bucs.