Noting the presence of only one tiny television on a shelf in the clubhouse, Holliday asked equipment manager Rip Rowan if Holliday could buy a couple of flat screen televisions so the Cardinals' players could track March Madness basketball after their work day was done.
Rowan got permission from club officials to have two new televisions in the clubhouse, and his staff provided the brackets to hang them on pillars, one at each end of the clubhouse.
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