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Rodney Holland’s #23 Jersey Retired

todayJuly 14, 2022

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KERRVILLE, TX: The Schreiner University Baseball team honored alumni Rodney Holland on Senior Day with the retiring of his #23 jersey.

To kick off the Senior Day ceremony, Rodney Holland, class of 2005, was invited out to throw the ceremonial first pitch. He was then surprised with the retiring of his #23 jersey in the form of a banner that will hang forever on the righ-center field fence. Holland’s #23 will now join his former Head Coach Bob Henry’s #37 and former teammate David Hulse’s #1 as the only three baseball jersey numbers retired at Schreiner University.

About Rodney Holland

As a member of the Schreiner Baseball team from 1989-94, Rodney Holland was named an NAIA ALL-AMERICAN outfielder in 1993. After his time at Schreiner, Holland was then drafted in the 39th round by the Cleveland Indians where he went on to carry out a strong professional baseball career, playing for both the Cleveland Indians and the Chicago Cubs organizations.

After his playing days came to an end, Holland then served as an Assistant Coach here at Schreiner University for several years.

With those outstanding accomplishments, Rodney Holland was inducted in to the Schreiner University Athletic Hall of Honor this year, and now his jersey number will hang in the outfield at Bob Henry Field, never to be worn by another Mountaineer again.


Rodney Holland with his family


Rodney Holland with his former teammates


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