Miranda Reaches Base Four Times On Saturday Night

Shorebirds Defeat Fireflies 7-1

By Sam Hyman | August 11, 2018 9:30 PM

COLUMBIA, SC - David Miranda reached base four times on Saturday night at Spirit Communications Park. The 23-year-old singled twice and earned a pair of walks in a 7-1 loss to Delmarva. Miranda has four hits and two RBIs through the first two games in this series.




Top 1: Zach Jarrett tripled and scored on a wild pitch. DEL 1 | COL 0


Top 5: Jarrett knocked in Kirvin Moesquit with a single. DEL 2 | COL 0

Bottom 5: Miranda produced a run-scoring single. DEL 2 | COL 1


Top 6: Jean Carlos Encarnacion smashed a solo home run. DEL 3 | COL 1


Top 8: Mason McCoy's two-out double plated three runs. Trevor Craport brought home McCoy with a triple. DEL 7 | COL 1


Luc Rennie made his sixth start of the season for Columbia. The 24-year-old completed six frames, struck out six batters, walked just one, and absorbed three runs.


Matt Winaker extended his on-base streak to 22 games. Winaker was hit by pitch in the first inning. The former Stanford product continues to creep closer to the longest on-base streak in franchise history (Jeremy Vasquez - 29 games).


Columbia and Delmarva play game three of this series on Sunday afternoon. First pitch is slated for 2:05 p.m. and you can listen to the action starting at 6:45 on FOX SPORTS Radio 1400 AM or online at columbiafireflies.com. The game is also available on MiLB.tv. RHP Nicolas Debora (3-3, 3.26) starts for the Fireflies and faces RHP Jhon Peluffo (4-6, 5.87).

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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