Fireflies Announce 2024 Game Times
Team to Play Three Day Games at Segra Park in 2024
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies, in conjunction with the Carolina League and Major League Baseball, today announced the start times of their home games for the 2024 season. Midlands residents will see a lot of familiarity with the schedule, as the Fireflies are keeping the bulk of their first pitch
McKeehan Earns Carolina League All-Star Nod
Most dominant Carolina League Pitcher in a decade is rewarded
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies, in conjunction with the Carolina League and Major League Baseball, today announced that left-handed reliever Cooper McKeehan has been named a Carolina League All-Star.
The Brigham Young University Product finished the season with an 8-1 record and a balmy 1.08 ERA while leading Fireflies
Columbia Loses Last Game in Walk-Off Fashion
Pelicans score five unanswered in 7-6 loss on the beach
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies surrendered five unanswered runs as they lost in walk-off fashion to cap off their season 7-6 against Myrtle Beach at Pelicans Ballpark Sunday evening.
Pedro Ramirez got to play hero, roping an RBI double off Nicholas Regalado (L, 1-1) in the bottom of the ninth
Fireflies Drop Pitcher’s Duel 1-0
Reyes works six, one-run innings while earning the loss
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies fell 1-0 to the Myrtle Beach Pelicans in a weather-marred game at Pelicans Ballpark Saturday night.
It was the Fireflies first 1-0 game since they beat Augusta by that score July 3. The game began in a 26-minute delay and then a pop-up shower in
Werner’s Career Night Propels Fireflies to 11-7 Win
Werner is first Fireflies player with six RBI in a game since Emshoff in ‘21
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies were able to take Friday’s game 11-7 over the Pelicans behind a six-RBI performance from Trevor Werner at Pelicans Ballpark.
Columbia went ahead for good in the sixth inning. Dionmy Salon hit a one out single to knock Koen Moreno out of the game. Next,
Hernandez Quality Start Leads to 4-1 Win
Fireflies starter earns fourth win of his career after six, one-run innings
COLUMBIA, SC – The bullpen followed Ben Hernandez’s third quality start of the season with three scoreless innings as the Fireflies beat Myrtle Beach 4-1 Thursday night at Pelicans Ballpark.
The Fireflies climbed ahead in the top of the fourth. Trevor Werner started the inning by legging out an infield
Novas Excellent in 5-2 Loss for Fireflies
Columbia lose back-to-back by the same score to Myrtle Beach
COLUMBIA, SC – Elvis Novas stranded three inherited runners and spun 2.1 scoreless, but it wasn’t enough to revive the offense as Columbia fell 5-2 Wednesday evening to the Myrtle Beach Pelicans at Pelicans Ballpark.
Brian Kalmer dealt the big blow for a second-consecutive night. In the fifth inning with
Fireflies Fall 5-2 After Late Pelicans Rally
Columbia drops opener in final series after allowing four-run seventh
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies were in front in a one-run pitcher’s duel before the Pelicans roared out for four runs in the bottom of the seventh as Columbia fell 5-2 Tuesday evening at Pelicans Ballpark.
The Pelicans big moment came in the bottom of the seventh. After Myrtle Beach
Werner Locks Down Second-Consecutive Weekly Honor
Third baseman is named Carolina League Player of the Week Again
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies, in conjunction with the Carolina League and Major League Baseball, have announced that Trevor Werner has been named the Carolina League Player of the Week for the week of August 28-September 3.
Werner is the first Fireflies player to win the award in back-to-back
Columbia Falls in Extras in Finale at Segra Park
Fireflies can’t hold on in 5-4 loss Sunday evening
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies took the lead early, but couldn’t hold on, falling 5-4 in 10 innings Sunday evening at Segra Park.
Chazz Martinez (L, 6-8) was brilliant, spinning 3.1 innings without allowing an earned run. He entered the game and stranded two inherited runners with a ground out,
Squires Puts Grand Touch on Doubleheader Sweep
Fireflies outscore Shorebirds 22-11 in twin bill Saturday
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies used a walk-off grand slam from Brett Squires to sweep a doubleheader with the Shorebirds, 11-4 and 11-7 Saturday night at Segra Park.
Mauricio Scorches Ball in Major League Debut
2019 Fireflies shortstop is 23rd former player to play in the show
COLUMBIA, SC – Last night, Ronny Mauricio hit ninth and played second for the Mets in their game against the Seattle Mariners. With the start, he became the 23rd former Fireflies player to make their Major League debut and the fourth to do so this season.
The 2019 Fireflies infielder
Fireflies Eliminated from Playoffs with 13-3 Loss
Fireflies lose big on Grateful Dead night
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies allowed six runs in the fourth inning to fall behind 7-1 as they ended up dropping Friday’s game at Segra Park 13-3 to the Delmarva Shorebirds.
In the fourth inning, the Shorebirds hit around, scoring six runs to take a 7-1 lead over Columbia. After
Late Runs Add Up in 12-3 Win
Columbia scores 12 of final 13 runs to even series
COLUMBIA, SC – A late grand slam from Brett Squires helped Columbia pile up the runs late in a 12-3 win over the Delmarva Shorebirds Thursday night at Segra Park.
Columbia flipped the script with two outs in the bottom of the second. Trailing 2-0 with no one on, Lizandro
Fireflies Game Postponed Wednesday, August 30
Will be made up as part of a doubleheader Saturday at 4:30 pm
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies game scheduled for tonight at 7:05 pm has been postponed due to impending severe weather and will be made up as part of a doubleheader Saturday beginning at 4:30 pm.
Gates for the game Saturday will open at 4 pm. The Fireflies will play
Fireflies Lose Back-and-Forth Game 8-7
Columbia loses lead in seventh in late night at Segra Park
COLUMBIA, SC – At the end of the night, there were only four zeroes on the scoreboard, as Columbia allowed a pair to score in the seventh, dropping the opener 8-7 to Delmarva Tuesday at Segra Park.
The Fireflies tied the game in the bottom of the sixth after trailing
Werner Named Carolina League Player of the Week
Third baseman earns award after explosive week in Zebulon
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies, in conjunction with the Carolina League and Major League Baseball, have announced that Trevor Werner has been named the Carolina League Player of the Week for the week of August 21-27.
Werner’s numbers last week were gaudy to say the least. The third baseman
Homestand Preview: August 29-September 3
Last chance to catch Fireflies at Segra Park in 2023
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies head home for one final homestand in the 2023 and they’ll welcome the Delmarva Shorebirds, the Baltimore Orioles Class-A Affiliate to town to close out August and a successful 2023 season.
Tuesday, August 29: Fireflies vs Shorebirds: 7:05 pmWednesday, August 30: Fireflies vs Shorebirds: 7:05
Fireflies Blast Past Mudcats 9-0
Fireflies earn 12th shutout behind 17 hit, three homer day
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies fired on all cylinders, tallying 17 hits and three homers in their 12th shutout of the season and their first since July 22 as they beat the Carolina Mudcats 9-0.
Columbia started the scoring with a thump in the first inning. Spencer Nivens and Brett
Fireflies Drop Back-and-Forth Game 9-5
Carolina scores six with their last six outs in the loss
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies fell behind late in a back-and-forth contest, allowing six runs in the last two innings, losing 9-5 to the Mudcats Saturday night at Five County Stadium.
Lizandro Rodriguez started the Fireflies seventh inning rally. The switch hitter pulled his sixth homer of the season to
Fireflies Rout Mudcats 12-4 Friday Night
Columbia adds six off one hit in the ninth to even series
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies used a quality start from Emmanuel Reyes and 17 hits and seven walks to win 12-4 over the Mudcats Friday night at Five County Stadium.
The Fireflies’ big break came in the seventh inning. The team sent 10 hitters to the plate and scored five
Fireflies Drop Pitcher’s Duel 2-1 to Mudcats
Columbia’s first score answered in the eighth in loss
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies tied the game in the eighth inning thanks to a Daniel Vazquez RBI single, but Carolina immediately answered, as Columbia lost 2-1 in Zebulon at Five County Stadium Thursday night.
The Fireflies tied the game in the eighth. Dionmy Salon was hit by a pitch
Fireflies Announce 2024 Schedule
Team opens their home slate Tuesday, April 9 vs Myrtle Beach
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies, in conjunction with the Carolina League and Major League Baseball, today announced their 2024 home schedule. The team will open the season on the road before playing their home opener Tuesday, April 9 vs the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. The team will close out their
Rally Short-Lived as Fireflies Lose in Walk-Off Fashion
The Fireflies rally with three runs after the seventh to lose in extras
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies bats rallied late Wednesday night, taking the lead in the top of the ninth, but falling 7-6 in 10 innings to the Carolina Mudcats at Five County Stadium.
The Mudcats didn’t need a hit in extras to win the game. Yadher Areinamo started the inning
Werner Smashes a Pair of Homers in 8-5 Win
Columbia scores seven in the first to ride to victory in opener
COLUMBIA, SC – Trevor Werner kick-started the Fireflies with two homers and four RBI in the first three innings, as Columbia scored seven in the first to win 8-5 over Carolina Tuesday night at Five County Stadium.
The Fireflies (24-25) jumped out with a reckless abandon in the first inning.