Seven-Run Sixth Snaps Fireflies Streak
Fireflies fall to Pelicans 11-3 Wednesday at Segra Park
COLUMBIA, SC – After a fantastic start from Ben Hernandez, the Fireflies couldn’t hold onto the lead, as the bullpen allowed nine runs to score in an 11-3 loss to the Myrtle Beacch Pelicans at Segra Park Wednesday evening.
Delvin Capellan (L, 2-3) was the first arm out of the
Fireflies to Host Skills Camp at Segra Park in August
Players, coaches to lead three-day camp August 4-6
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies today announced that the team will host a three-day Summer Skills Camp at Segra Park August 4-6 from 9 am-12 pm each day. The camp will be run by Fireflies players and coaches, so children can receive the top instruction available in the Midlands
Avila Earns Carolina League Pitcher of the Week Honors
Righty has tossed both of Columbia’s quality starts this season
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies, in conjunction with the Carolina League and Minor League Baseball, have announced today that Luinder Avila has been named the Carolina League Pitcher of the Week for the week of June 27-July 3.
During the week, Avila started one game against the Augusta GreenJackets
Fireflies Stay Hot with Walk-Off Winner
Clock strikes midnight and Hernandez calls game at Segra Park
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies outlasted the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, scoring five of the last six runs in the final four innings to win 9-8 at Segra Park Monday night.
Omar Hernandez was the hero. After a bunt single from Jean Ramirez to advance the placed runner, Omar Florentino, to
Fireflies Rally in Ninth to Complete Sweep
Columbia heads back to Segra Park in first place
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies rallied with two runs in the ninth to beat the Augusta GreenJackets and complete their first series sweep of the year at SRP Park Sunday evening.
The Fireflies were down to their final out in the ninth inning with Omar Hernandez at the plate and
Columbia Keeps Streak Alive vs Augusta
Fireflies have won five-consecutive for first time this year
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies pitching staff stifled the GreenJackets in a 5-3 win Saturday night at SRP Park. The win is their fifth-straight, which is the Fireflies longest win-streak of the season.
Pitching was the name of the game for the Fireflies (7-1) Saturday evening. After Ben Kudrna
Fireflies Glow Past GreenJackets in Extras
Columbia scores three in the tenth to win 5-4
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies utilized a three-run tenth to step over the Augusta GreenJackets 5-4 Friday night at SRP Park.
Columbia bursted out in extras. After two bunts that led to errors loaded the bases for the Fireflies, Carter Jensen drew a walk to break the stalemate. Next, Gary
Wild Pitch Caps Off Wild Win at Augusta
Fireflies win 8-7 in 11 innings at SRP Park
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies were able to hold the Augusta GreenJackets at bay, scoring both of their extra innings runs on wild pitches in an 8-7 win that took 11 frames Thursday night at SRP Park.
Columbia (5-1) got a steal from placed runner Jean Ramirez to lead-off
Fireflies Sweep Doubleheader, Stay in First Place
Six-run sixth energizes club in comeback win in game two
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies swept the Augusta GreenJackets, 4-3 and 9-4, in a series opening doubleheader at SRP Park Wednesday night to maintain a share of first place in the Carolina League South Division second-half standings.
The long ball had a major impact on the first
Series Opener with GreenJackets Postponed
Will be made up as part of a doubleheader tomorrow at 5:05 pm
COLUMBIA, SC – Tuesday night’s series opener between the Columbia Fireflies and the Augusta GreenJackets has been postponed due to inclement weather and has been rescheduled as part of a doubleheader tomorrow at SRP Park beginning at 5:05 pm.
The two clubs will play two seven-inning contests tomorrow. Both teams
Late Surge Leads to Fireflies Loss
Columbia gives up three runs in the seventh in 4-1 loss
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies allowed a trio of runs in the seventh inning on their way to a 4-1 loss to the Charleston RiverDogs at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park Sunday evening.
The RiverDogs pulled ahead in the seventh. The first three Charleston hitters reached base safely after
Fireflies Overrun RiverDogs, Win 7-3
Avila tosses quality start in win
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies jumped ahead of the RiverDogs in the first inning, refusing to surrender their lead for the entire contest – which resulted in Columbia winning their second-consecutive game.
Luinder Avila (W, 4-6) had an impressive outing – pitching six total innings. He allowed three hits, two
Become the Top Karaoke Singer in the Midlands Today!
Audition to be a part of Karaoke Night at Segra Park July 9
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies want to find the best karaoke singer in the Midlands and July 9 is your chance to prove your skills! The Fireflies are hosting Karaoke Night presented by Blanchard Machinery at Segra Park July 9, and are looking for singers to compete in an
Fireflies Give Up Three in the Ninth in Walk-Off Loss
Columbia drops the first-half finale 3-2 vs the RiverDogs
COLUMBIA, SC – After holding Charleston in check for the first eight inning, the Fireflies finally succumbed to the RiverDogs, giving up three runs with two outs in the ninth, as they fell in the first-half finale 3-2 Thursday night at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park.
Luis Barroso (BS, 2;
Bats Blanked by RiverDogs 11-0 Wednesday
Columbia’s bats shutout for sixth time in 2022
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies bats were silenced for a second-consecutive night vs the Charleston RiverDogs, as they fell 11-0 at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Ballpark Wednesday night.
Columbia (18-47) starter Frank Mozzicato (L, 0-3) fanned a career-high five hitters for a second consecutive start, but was chased off
Fireflies’ Blues Continue to Start Road Trip
Columbia drops opener 10-2 in Charleston
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies broke up a Charleston RiverDogs no-hitter with two outs in the top of the ninth in a 10-2 loss at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Ballpark Tuesday night.
Ben Peoples (W, 3-3) spun five hitless innings, walking five and fanning eight before handing the ball to
Fireflies Close Out Homestand with 12-6 Loss
Three-run seventh not enough to jumpstart a rally
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies were able to add a trio of runs in the seventh, but the rally stalled their as they dropped the final game of their 12-game homestand 12-6 to the Carolina Mudcats Sunday evening at Segra Park.
The Mudcats (34-29) jumped on the board quickly, with
Fireflies Swept in Twin Bill vs Mudcats
Columbia drops contests 8-7, 7-3 at Segra Park
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies were swept 8-7 and 7-3 in a doubleheader vs the Carolina Mudcats Saturday night at Segra Park.
The Mudcats upended Columbia with two outs in the top of the seventh of game one. With two runners on, Jeferson Quero belted his fourth
Late Runs Mark Difference in Late Game at Segra Park
Bullpen allows four runs in the last two frames in 4-1 loss
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies got going after a one hour and 59-minute delay at Segra Park Friday night, then late offense marked the difference in a 4-1 loss to the Carolina Mudcats.
The first four Mudcats (31-29) hitters who came to the plate in the seventh were able to
Dooney Powers Fireflies Over Mudcats in 2-1 Win
Columbia wins their third-consecutive game at Segra Park
COLUMBIA, SC – The Fireflies rallied behind second baseman Dayton Dooney in a 2-1 win vs the Carolina Mudcats at Segra Park Wednesday afternoon.
It’s the first time since August 10-12, 2021 that the Fireflies have won three-consecutive games. During that stretch, they beat up on the Fayetteville Woodpeckers 21-5,
Four-Run 8th the Difference in 7-3 Win
Fireflies late offense propels them to second consecutive win
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 Searching for Military Heroes to Recognize In-Game
Nominate an Active Duty, Reserves or Veteran to be honored July 7
COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Fireflies are looking for eight local military heroes to honor in-game as the Heroes of the Inning for Military Appreciation Night July 7 at Segra Park at 7:05 pm. Any current or former member of any branch of the military can qualify to be honored.
Fireflies Capture Third Walk-Off Winner of 2022
Jensen Doubles to beat Augusta 5-4 in Finale
COLUMBIA, SC – Columbia worked some late inning magic behind the bat of Carter Jensen to upend the GreenJackets 5-4 in the series finale at Segra Park Sunday night.
With two outs, Daniel Vazquez was able to start the rally with a single up the gut. Then on the first