Arizona Cardinals are buying a bunch of equipment

The Arizona Cardinals aren’t buying all the gear they need.

They just got a few more things to get their hands on.

The team announced Thursday it will buy a few items from a company called Sports Equipment Manager for $1.8 million.

It’s the first time the team has purchased gear from a non-major league team since 2011.

The move comes as the Cardinals prepare for the playoffs.

The Cardinals acquired $2.9 million worth of gear from the company, which had no affiliation with the team.

They will get a set of golf clubs and two sets of balls for their roster.

They also will get the gear for the home opener.

“We’re really excited about the opportunity to continue the partnership with Sports Equipment Management, and to continue to serve our fan base in Arizona,” said Cardinals president of baseball operations John Mozeliak in a statement.

“We’re grateful for the support we’ve received from fans who have purchased and donated to support our game.”

The Cardinals bought a $1,900 ball club from the club in 2016, which was part of a deal to sign Alex Reyes.

They acquired another ball club, a $2,300 club from former team owner Mark Davis in 2016.

The club also purchased two sets, one for each team.

One set of balls is for the Cardinals and the other is for Oakland Athletics.

The Oakland set of ball club is used by the Oakland A’s.

The Cardinals have two sets for the Oakland Athletics and one set for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The Arizona Diamondbacks, the Dodgers, the Padres and the Braves also bought gear from Sports Equipment manager.

The Braves also got a set for a player, but that player has yet to be named.

The teams will have a few weeks to see if the items they purchased make it to the field.

The Braves have a lot of work to do in the off-season, with the Atlanta Braves and St. Louis Cardinals making the playoffs and having their season-opening series postponed.

The Padres will have the team’s first two games in Seattle, but there’s no timetable on that.