With my head hanging in mock shame, I apologize for the lack of wild blogging action in this space the past few days. The wonderful (and to me, somewhat unexpected) news about Mr. Rice, a superhero of my youth, kept me crazy-busy Monday. Tuesday is the day I peck out my weekly "OT" piece (only 50 cents at a newsstand near you!), and I'm mysteriously out of the office today. (TMZ is reporting I'm being treated for "exhaustion" at Betty Ford, but it's really just another step in my ongoing recovery from eating too much Elmer's Glue as a child. Okay, and Play-Doh. And the occasional No. 2 pencil. We all have our vices, people.)
Anyway, either tonight or tomorrow I'm going to try to pull together my first mailbag since . . . well, I'm not sure how long it's been, but it's definitely the first one since I left the old Blogger neighborhood and settled in to Boston.com in April. I've got a decent amount of questions queued up already, but I'd love to have more, so send them via my e-mail address in the right column, post them in the comments here, or even drop me a note on Facebook, and I'll answer the best of the lot. And probably a few of the worst as well.
About Touching All The Bases
Irreverence and insight from Chad Finn, a Globe/Boston.com sports writer and media columnist. A winner of several national and regional writing awards, he is the founder and sole contributor to the TATB blog, which launched in December 2004. Yes, he realizes how lucky he is.