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Columbia Fireflies | Organizational Profile, Work & Jobs
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Columbia Fireflies

Added January 2021

The Columbia Fireflies are a Minor League Baseball team based in Columbia, South Carolina and are one of the two Class A South Atlantic League affiliates for the Kansas City Royals of Major League Baseball, the other being the Quad Cities River Bandits. Their home stadium is Segra Park.

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