After watching the Lakers, Yankees and Colts over the past year, Bill Simmons doesn't have any sports hate left.
In an age where athletes never take a controversial stand, Bill Simmons was glad to see LeBron in a Yankee cap.
Bill Simmons has 25 people to keep your eye on in the AL playoffs.
The NBA playoffs, Sox-Yankees, the five greatest TV shows ever -- Bill tackles those topics and a whole lot more in his latest chat.
Why would you ever bet on Peyton Manning or against Tom Brady in a big game? Seriously, Bill Simmons wants to know.
With so much playoff baseball on, Bill Simmons has no choice but to keep a running diary of all the action.
Bill Simmons kicks off the 2006 playoffs with a running diary of the Cardinals-Padres game.
Bill Simmons kicks off the 2006 playoffs with a running diary of the A's-Twins game.
Bill Simmons kicks off the 2006 playoffs with a running diary of the Tigers-Yankees game.
Bill Simmons put the rest of the TV world on hold to do a running diary on the Red Sox and Yankees openers.
If you're still shocked by "Johnny Damon, N.Y. Yankees," Bill Simmons has a quick lesson for you: It's always about the money.
Bill Simmons can stuff his face in peace now that Yankee-killer Josh Beckett is on the Red Sox.
Bill Simmons apologizes for not writing about baseball sooner, so here are some mid-season awards to make up for it.
When Bill Simmons looks at the Yankees he has only one question -- where is The Boss?
Bill Simmons asks, how hard is it to manage a baseball team?
On the eve of the 2005 season, Bill Simmons breaks down the latest edition of the Red Sox-Yankees rivalry.