Let Me Introduce You to Kennesaw State

Kennesaw, Georgia has a limited national cache. It was the sight of General William T. Sherman's last frontal assault of the Civil War after losing 3,000 Union soldiers attacking the Confederate fortifications at the top of Kennesaw Mountain. The old MLB commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis never actually lived in there (yeah it's spelled that way). … Continue reading Let Me Introduce You to Kennesaw State

Interview with Georgia Lt. Governor Casey Cagle

"All politics is local" -Tip O'Neill As you can read down at the bottom of this article, I have a political science background. One B.A. in Poli Sci, and a Master's in trying to teach it to teenagers (fool's errand). I'm the sort of guy that enjoys watching political talk shows on Sunday mornings (yes, I've … Continue reading Interview with Georgia Lt. Governor Casey Cagle

33 Forgotten Names Called In The First Five Rounds Of The MLB Draft

The Major League Baseball draft is a long and exhausting event that last a total of 40 rounds with hundreds of names called during that time. For a majority of the draftees, it is cool to hear their names called, but they do not give too much consideration to actually signing with that team. That … Continue reading 33 Forgotten Names Called In The First Five Rounds Of The MLB Draft

This Week In Forgotten 5 Softball: Welcome To The Show

We at the Forgotten 5 have done a disservice to our readers. We haven’t done a decent job at all of covering women’s sports. From UConn’s historic winning streak of over 100 games to Rick Insell getting elected to the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, we have struck out in coverage. That changes today as … Continue reading This Week In Forgotten 5 Softball: Welcome To The Show