The Columbia Fireflies, in conjunction with Major League Baseball and the Kansas City Royals, today announced their 2021 season schedule.
The Columbia Fireflies and the New York Mets today announced the 2020 Fireflies coaching staff.
Brian Sharp ripped another home run on Wednesday afternoon in Columbia’s 8-5 loss to Delmarva.
The Fireflies opened the 2019 season in front of an energetic crowd of more than 6,000 on Thursday night.
The Columbia Fireflies begin the 2019 season at home Thursday night, hosting the Charleston Riverdogs.
Fireflies looking to fill 300 seasonal positions COLUMBIA S.C. (WOLO)- If you’re looking to earn some extra income, The Fireflies are looking to hire 300 seasonal and part-time employees for the 2019 baseball season. Saturday, February 9th the Fireflies will be hosting their annual job fair at Segra Park from 9:30 in the morning until noon. If you area new…
Fireflies fans can expect to see Pedro Lopez back in the Fireflies dugout this season as manager, but he will be only one of two familiar faces on Columbia’s coaching staff this season. 2019 will be Lopez’s second season managing the Fireflies and his 12th season with the New York Mets. In his first season in Columbia he led the team to a 64-70 record.
Former Firefly Tim Tebow will be back at the New York Mets major league camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida, in February.
The Fireflies today announced that beginning with the 2019 season, Spirit Communications Park will be called Segra Park.
In conjunction with the South Atlantic League, the Columbia Fireflies have released the schedule for the fourth season of professional baseball at Spirit Communications Park in downtown Columbia.