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Four-Run 8th the Difference in 7-3 Win

Fireflies late offense propels them to second consecutive win
June 14, 2022

COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies were able to charge ahead, scoring four runs in the eighth to upset the Carolina Mudcats 7-3 at Segra Park Tuesday evening. Carter Jensen sparked the rally in the eighth. After drilling a two out single up the middle and moving to second on

Fireflies Drop Close One to Woodpeckers

Columbia gives up three in the seventh to drop the game
August 13, 2021

COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies took a lead in the sixth, but couldn’t hold onto it, ceding three runs in the seventh to fall 5-3 at Segra Park Friday evening. The Woodpeckers (38-49) jumped out to score in the first for the second consecutive night, adding back-to-back doubles on

Columbia Plates Six in the Fifth to Win 10-6

Fireflies close out series with back-to-back wins vs RiverDogs
August 1, 2021

COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies used a big fifth inning, where they scored half a dozen runs, to beat the RiverDogs 10-6 Sunday at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Ballpark. With the score tied 1-1, Diego Hernandez ran out an infield single to short to get aboard. The centerfielder tried to

Fireflies Bats Stunned in 5-0 Loss to Pelicans

Columbia held to two hits in second consecutive loss to Myrtle Beach
July 15, 2021

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The Columbia Fireflies bats were silenced by the Pelicans pitching staff in a 5-0 loss Thursday night at Field at Pelicans Ballpark. The game marked Columbia’s (30-29) second consecutive loss after they stole the series opener from Myrtle Beach (28-34). Myrtle Beach started the scoring early.

Strong Start from Alcantara Squandered in 6-5 Loss

Fireflies give up six runs in the sixth and seventh to drop opener
June 29, 2021

COLUMBIA, S.C. – After five scoreless frames from starter Adrian Alcantara, the Fireflies bullpen couldn’t contain the Augusta GreenJackets’ offense, allowing half a dozen runs in a 6-5 loss at SRP Park Tuesday night. Luis De Avila (L, 4-1) hurried through the first two batters in the sixth before allowing