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Fireflies Lose 11-1 in 10th Straight Defeat

Fireflies spoil early opportunity, fall flat later in ballgame
September 10, 2021

COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies spoiled a wonderful opportunity at the plate in the first inning and weren’t able to force a second chance as they fell 11-1 to the GreenJackets Friday evening at SRP Park. Diego Hernandez started the inning reaching on a fielding error from Augusta (49-63) shortstop

Same Story, New Game as Fireflies Lose 11-1

Columbia has been outscored 53-14 in series
September 3, 2021

COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies lost big for a fourth consecutive game against the Charleston Riverdogs, 11-1 Friday night at Segra Park. Tonight, it was the fourth inning where Charleston (75-31) struck gold. The RiverDogs sent 10 hitters to the dish and scored a handful of runs against starter

Four Errors Result in 8-1 Loss in Opener

Columbia commits most errors in single game of 2021 season
August 31, 2021

COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies fielding wasn’t sharp in the opening game against the Charleston RiverDogs Tuesday night. The team committed four errors, resulting in three unearned runs coming home to drop the game 8-1. The four errors were the most Columbia has allowed in a single game this

Fireflies Sully Pair of Leads in 9-8 Loss to Myrtle Beach

Fireflies have dropped 11 consecutive games to Pelicans
August 26, 2021

COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies couldn’t hold onto an early lead, giving up three runs in the eighth to drop Thursday’s contest 9-8 vs the Myrtle Beach Pelicans at Field at Pelicans Stadium. Columbia (45-54) allowed three runs from the Pelicans offense in the eighth. After Taylor Bloye

Fireflies Utilize Six-Run Second to Beat Woodpeckers

Columbia wins 8-5 Saturday night at Segra Park
August 14, 2021

COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies road the momentum of a six-run second inning to beat the Fayetteville Woodpeckers 8-5 Saturday night at Segra Park. The Fireflies (42-46) were down 4-0 to start the home half of the second inning, but the bats showed their resilience as Columbia sent 10