The Kickoff

October 25, 2005

Good morning --Scott Podsednik -- Cash in on that homer. Our suggestion: a deal with Apple on a new device, the iPodsednik.

QUESTION OF THE DAY

Would you like the World Series to return to day games?

Day World Series games? Are we intentionally trying to infuriate Budweiser, Ford and other mega-corporations? Baseball morphed from pure sport to business years ago.

Patrick R. Lynch

Parkville

Can the Astros still win the World Series?

The Sports section will ask a question of the day five days a week and run responses on The Kickoff page. By 3 p.m. today, please e-mail an answer of no more than 25 words to sports@baltsun.com. Include your name, address and a daytime telephone number for verification purposes.

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