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Pitcher Duel Ends in Loss After Bullpen Gives Up 3 in 8th

The Fireflies bullpen couldn’t close out Sunday’s finale in Augusta
May 15, 2022

COLUMBIA, SC – Columbia and Augusta were deadlocked in a pitcher’s duel Sunday afternoon, until Columbia’s bullpen allowed three to score in the eighth, dropping the contest 5-2 at SRP Park. The difference came in the bottom of the eighth inning. After John McMillon (L, 0-2) allowed a lead-off single

Five Perfect Innings Earns Cameron Pitcher of Week Honors

Noah Cameron named the Carolina League Pitcher of the Week
May 9, 2022

COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies, in conjunction with Minor League Baseball and the Carolina League, announce that left-handed pitcher, Noah Cameron, was named the Carolina League Pitcher of the Week for May 2-8. Cameron started Wednesday afternoon’s game vs the Delmarva Shorebirds and dominated the outing. The southpaw worked

Perfect Cameron Start Wasted in 5-1 Loss

The Fireflies southpaw offered five perfect innings in Wednesday’s loss
May 4, 2022

COLUMBIA, SC – After a Noah Cameron perfect handful of innings on the bump, the bullpen allowed five runs the next four innings as Columbia couldn’t hold on in a 5-1 loss to the Delmarva Shorebirds Wednesday afternoon at Segra Park. Delmarva (7-16) got things going against reliever Heribert Garcia

Strong Start Spoiled in 7-0 Loss

Cameron twirls four scoreless, but offense never comes
April 20, 2022

COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies got an excellent start from Noah Cameron, but they were unable to back him up in a 7-0 loss to the Down East Wood Ducks Wednesday evening at Segra Park. Cameron twirled four scoreless frames, allowing a single hit while wringing up three hitters

Rough Eighth Sinks Fireflies

Columbia gives up three runs to lose pitchers’ duel late
April 14, 2022

COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies ended up on the wrong end of a pitchers’ duel after allowing three runs in the eighth to drop Thursday’s contest at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Ballpark 4-1. Patrick Halligan (L, 0-1) worked three scoreless frames prior to giving up back-to-back triples to Carson Williams