07.14.2021: The 2021 Astros have had another player called up to the Major Leagues with Mickey Janis being called up with the Baltimore Orioles! Mick has been an Astro on and off since his first year in College and his story is a Hollywood Movie... from getting released 9 times, working at Nike to the Major Leagues! Typical Astros Grinder!!! Proud of you Mick! Raymond Kerr is dominating at AA Arkansas for the Mariners and The Astros are excited to announce the signing of 3 players into Professional Baseball, Michael Green, Grant Goff and now Caleb Arias.

06.26.2021: The Astros swept a doubleheader from Yuba College on Saturday... winning game one, 17-4 and game two 9-5. Paul Ferrari struck out 6 for the win and Richard Kerr had 3 hits, scored 3 runs and Scott Underwood hit a 3 run homer. TJ Czyz had 2 hits, Eric Underwood a ground rule double and Matt Konopisos came off the DL long enough to have a couple hits on the day... and promptly went back on it. Czyz started game 2 and struck out 8 and Spencer Edmundson struck out 5... both guys scattering 5 hits in game 2. Kerr, Paul Vossen, Nico Howe and Jackson Kea all scored 2 runs each with Kea hitting a 2 run homer in the third inning for the first of his Astros career.

06.19.2021: Astros slipped to 6-2 on the year with a win against Yuba College and a loss to the Sacramento Yankees. The first game saw the Astros jump out to a 3-0 lead behind consecutive hits by Richard Kerr and LJ Thomas and doubles by Cole Finner and Scott Underwood. Spencer Edmondson continued his progress with five innings, no earned runs and 7 strikeouts. Don Wanner had his first loss in 4 years out of the bullpen with some rough umpiring and shotty defense. Game 2 saw the Astros score four runs in the first and four runs in the second inning and cruise to a 11-1 victory. Paul Ferrari took a no-hitter into the fifth inning with 7 strikeouts and TJ Czyz threw the final 2 innings with no hits and 3 strikeouts. Scott Underwood got back on track with three hits and three runs scored and Cole Finner had another double.

06.12.2021 The Astros returned to action against the Nor Cal Warriors and improved to 5-0 with a 9-0 victory. Spencer Edmundson went 5 shutout innings with 2 hits and 6 strikeouts. Don Wanner finished the shortened game with 2 innings and 2 strikeouts. LJ led the game off with a homerun and Cooper and Scott Underwood had 2 run doubles and Cole Finner scored 2 runs. Game 2 was a little different as a young Astro Pitcher and young catchers had a rough day with 8 unearned runs in an 11-4 loss. Paul Ferrari hung 4 zeros in the middle innings with 4 strikeouts and 2 hits. TJ Czyz went 3 innings with 4 strikeouts and 1 hit... but his 3 walks and hit batsman and 2 passed balls led to the final 3 runs. Grant Goff had a 2 rbi double and Caleb Arias had 2 hits. In game 2 Reno Astros Hall of Famer Brandon got through two-thirds of an inning with three strikeouts... shocker!

06.05.2021: Astros hosted NBO over the weekend and came away with 2 wins. In game one Spencer Edmundson got the win striking out six in four innings and only giving up one hit. The Wanner finished out the game going three innings with two hits and three strikeouts. Eric Underwood took time away from his ass out Instagram posts and meditation to lead the way offensively with a home run and a triple with four RBIs with three runs scored. Brandon Koszuth and Former Pro and Astros rookie Cole Finner each homered, Scott Underwood added two hits including a double and Grant Goff had a triple. In Game 2... TJ Czyz got the win going 4 Innings with eight strikeouts and allowing three hits and Paul Ferrari was the janitor going the final three innings with one hit and six strikeouts. Finner homered again in game 2 and LJ Thomas had two doubles and a homer and each had 3 RBI's. Michael Greene was 2-2 in his last game before heading off to independent ball for the Santa Cruz Seaweed... yes that's a real team and yes he probably named it.

05.29.2021: The Astros hosted Folsom to open the 2021 season and swept the doubleheader. In game one Paul Ferrari got the win going 5 shutout innings and only gave up 3 hits. After 7 months of hitting in a cage... the Astros erupted for 8 runs in the first inning and coasted to an 11-0 victory. Scott Underwood homered and doubled with 4 RBI's, Michael Green scored 3 runs and had a double along with Grant Goff and Max Garza. Rookie Patrick Barry finally ate a sandwich and hit the first homerun of his life. Game 2 saw Don Wanner get the win going 5 innings with 10 strikeouts. Richard Kerr hit his first home run as a Father along with Eric Underwood and each had 3 RBI's. Green somehow got 3 more hits with Garza adding 2. The Astros host NBO next Saturday at Galena at 1:30....

06.06.2020: Game 1 saw Don Wanner open the season with 4 2/3 no hit innings. Don struck out the side twice on the way to 7 strikeouts and finished with 5 innings and 1 hit, but left in a tie game. Paul Ferrari threw the last 4 innings to get the victory striking out 4 and giving up 2 hits. The Underwood "Ginger" Twins activated as Scott had 3 hits and Eric had 2. Brandon Koszuth somehow avoided getting hit by the pitch this weekend and drove in the winning run with a 2 RBI single in the 7th LJ Thomas has a couple hits and scored 2 of the 4 Astro runs. The highlight of the weekend was long time Astro World Champion and Former Philadelphia Philly and Oakland Athletic Pup Nelson coming out and getting to play with his son, recent SCC graduate Zach Nelson. The Nelsons stole the show going a combined 0-7 with 5 strike outs but the old man one upped his son by drawing a crucial 2 out walk in the 7th inning! Game 2 was a more typical Astro offensive display scoring 16 runs for starter TJ Czyz who gave up 1 hit and struck out 8 in 4 innings. Ginger Scott led the way again going 4-5 with 3 doubles and 4 RBI's. LJ Thomas scored 3 runs with 2 hits including a Home Run and Joey Dice stayed red hot going 0-8 on the day with 3 walks. Koszuth added a couple more hits in game 2 and the dugout gave Michael Green a standing ovation for actually driving a ball to right center for a double. Spencer Edmundson made his Astro debut in relief going 3 innings, 5 K's to go with 4 walks. An un-named Rookie hick from Montana that swears he is 19 but his hairline says he is Korean War veteran made his debut with a homer to go along with his 2 strikeouts and dribbler back to the mound... you will be the best hitter on the Seals!

9.21.2019: The Astros traveled down to Cosumnes River on the weekend to scrimmage against the College team. The Astros bats did not wake up until the sixth inning to battle back and tie the score in the shortened 7 inning game with a 2 out triple by Richard Kerr to tie the game. The Underwood's, Ryan Cooper, Terry Bennett, Miles Williams, Dak Conners and Joey Dice all contributed with hits. Kevin Hammond finished the game for Grant Goff and Don Wanner. Paul Ferrari got a complete game victory in game 2 and the Astros welcomed Michael Green back to the lineup from ankle surgery in May. Green got a single, Caleb Ariaz had 2 rbi's with a double and a single, the Underwoods and Bennett again also provided hits.

9.14.2019: The Astros traveled to Quincy Ca. to take on Feather River College in a doubleheader. In game 1 Don Wanner went 7 innings and struck out 13 for the win and Grant Goff came in from shortstop to finish the game on the mound. Scott Underwood opened the Astros scoring with a solo home run, Ryan Cooper continued to barrel the baseball and Dakota Conners and Joey Dice came up with clutch RBI's. Richard Kerr hit a long home run to close out the scoring in game 1. Paul Ferrari had another workman like outing throwing 4 pitches and 3 speeds for strikes and not allowing an earned run in 5 innings. Veteran Kevin Hammond made his first outing of 2019 and touched 95 on the radar gun, dominating the hitters while shaking some rust off. The Twingers struck again as Eric hit a 3 run home run to dead center and LJ Thomas had a bases loaded ground rule double. Terry Bennett had a couple hits with a double and 2 RBI's and came in for an inning on the mound with Scott Underwood finishing up game 2 on the hill. September 21st the Astros travel to Cosumnes River College for a doubleheader at noon...

9.7.2019: The Astros returned to Lassen College to face former Reno Astro Frank Avila's Lassen College Cougars with the Astros coming away with the sweep. Richard Kerr welcomed his little brother Raymond back to the Astros with a home run in game 1. Grant Goff got the win and Raymond got in a couple innings of work on his way to the Arizona Fall League for the Seattle Mariners. Jeff Tolotti had a couple of doubles as did Steve Rinaudo. Game 2 saw Don Wanner strike out 8 hitters in 3 innings of work, Paul Ferrari doing the heavy lifting in the middle and David Rider picking up the win in relief. Former Cougars, Caleb Ariaz and Austin May both had clutch hits to defeat their former team, Ariaz with a single, double and triple on the day.

8.24.2019: The Reno Astros welcomed their former teammates, the Erikson brothers (Kris and Steve) and Gabe Riley back to town with their team The Sacramento Royals. The Royals were missing some key players and lost both games as The Astros hit 10 homeruns in the doubleheader.... Jeff Tolotti, Jesse Brown, Eric Underwood, Grant Goff, Richard Kerr, Joey Dice and Astro Rookie McKinley O'Connor. Paul Ferrari had a complete game victory on the mound in game 1 while Don Wanner got the win in game 2 with Charile Williams and Joaquin Wanner finishing game 2.

8.4.2019: The Astros won 4 games on the weekend... sweeping a doubleheader at Cosumnes River on Saturday, and leaving the Fairfield Indians bleeding and badly beaten on Sunday. Don Wanner continued his unbeaten summer striking out 10 hitters and handing the ball to the newest Astro, Joaquin Wanner... his little brother to finish the game. Eric Underwood led the offense with 2 homeruns in game one. Jake Joseph opened game 2 by striking out the side and Paul Ferrari continued his strong summer picking up another win on the mound. Jesse Brown hit a home run and Grant Goff had 3 hits to lead the offense. Matt's return to the lineup was short lived, with a single in his first at bat in 2 months and then re-injurying the same hamstring in his second. Sunday's games against the Indians welcomed back David Rider to win game 1 on the mound and Kobe Calderone getting his first win in game 2.. that was shortened by a brawl triggered by the cheap slide intending to hurt Astro 2nd baseman LJ Thomas. A bush league play by a little punk that doesn't know the game and the completely unacceptable behavior from a coaching staff that allowed 3 parents on the field like a little league game. The Astros have a 20 year personal relationship with the owner of the Fairfield Indians, Norm Thompson. Norm had a 6 hour surgery on Thursday or he would have been there eating peanuts with us ... every one of the Indians on the field today embarrassed the game of baseball and more importantly you embarrassed your owner Norm Thompson. Norm is a class act and doesn't stand for that immature behavior, it would have never happened had he been there. Eric Underwood hit 2 more homeruns to lead the offense, Scott Underwood, Caleb Ariaz, Grant Goff and TJ Czyz all added on at the plate.

7.20.19: Reno Astros returned to the diamond over the weekend against NBO with the Astros sweeping a double-header. Don Warner got the win in game one throwing six strong innings and Kobe Calderone finishing up. The Astros welcome back Steve Rinaudo for the first time in 2019 and he responded with four hits including a home run. Austin May hit his first 2 home runs ever and the Astros also welcomed back Richard Kerr even though he struck out twice! Paul Ferrari was throwing four pitches for strikes and held NBO scoreless in game 2 with TJ Czyz finishing up. Grant Goff, LJ Thomas and Jesse Brown with Joey Dice pacing the offense out of the leadoff spot all day!

7.7.19: After four scoreless outings for the Seattle Mariners high A Fresno, former Reno Astro Raymond Kerr got moved up to AAA Tacoma and pitched 2 and 1/3 Innings of scoreless relief in his debut to get the win. Ray has touched 99 miles per hour this year and is in the bullpen plans for the big league team in the second half. From dropping out of junior college, working at 7-Eleven and playing with the Reno Astros on his way to the big leagues has made Ray a fan favorite everywhere he goes!

7.5.19: The Astros were back on the field this weekend and the hitters were glad to be back at their home ballpark as Joey Dice and Scott Underwood both hit home runs and Eric Underwood hit 2 as the Astros swept a doubleheader from Consumnes River. Paul Ferrari won game one and Don Wanner went 5 innings for the win in game 2. Kobe Calderone came in for 2 innings of work and struck out 3 in game 1 while David Rider got in some work and finished game 2.

7.2.19: The Reno Astros finished in third place at the Grand Forks International, it was a disappointing ending to a great tournament that saw the Astros finish with the #1 seed after beating Cuba and the Seattle Studs. Coming from behind in every game made the Astros a crowd favorite but in the semi-final game they could not overcome a two-to-one deficit. The toughest part of the loss was a failed Empire conference and an Astro error led to both runs being unearned. Don Wanner got 2 wins in the tournament with Paul Ferrari beating Seattle and TJ Czyz in relief picking up the win against Cuba with Alex Bates getting the save. Outfielder Terry Bennett and catcher Ryan Cooper picked up all tournament honors and Matt Konopisos was inducted into the Hall of Fame joining former Astros, Josh Beckett, Corky Miller and Dale Thayer.

6.16.19: The Astros open the weekend with a two-game sweep of the Yuba College summer team. The Astro pitchers split the game with Paul Ferrari starting, Eddie Russell in the middle, rookie Kobe Calderone in the setup role and Scott Underwood to close out game 1. Don Wanner won game 2 going 6 strong innings with TJ Czyz coming in and finishing the game. The Astros offense was led by Grant Goffs first home run of his life and Joey Dice hitting his 3rd of the Summer. Jesse Brown continued his hot hitting with 5 hits and the Underwood twins, Jerry Thomas and ex-pro Ryan Cooper all had multiple hits. Sunday the Astros took on the Chico Nuts and long-time veteran Astro right-hander David Rider allowed one run in the first inning and Chico did not score another run the rest of the day. Jason Landreth started the scoring with a home run and a double while Eric and Scott Underwood both had RBI doubles. Former Los Angeles Dodgers, Milwaukee Brewers, and Colorado Rockies player, Zack Taylor, also had a couple hits in pacing the Astros 9 to 1 victory. Grant Golf and Mason Timbrook pitched two scoreless innings each to close out the victory.

6.9.19: The Astros improve to 11 -0 on the season with a three-game sweep of the Fresno Grizzlies, and NBC World Series team. The game one victory went to former professional Don Wanner who threw a complete game with 11 strikeouts. The game 2 winner was Grant Golf coming in relief of Paul Ferrari. Jeff Tolotti hit a homerun and Scott Underwood, Joey Dice and Dak Conners led the offense with 9 hits between them. Dak subsequently signed with Napa in the Pacific Association after the doubleheader. The Sunday game started out as a pitching duel with Astro former professional Eddie Russell going against a Taiwanese draft pick... Mau He. Former Astro professional hitters Jason Landreth and Jesse Brown joined the party on Sunday to lead the offense with Jerry Thomas, Goff, Austin May and Caleb Ariaz also knocking in runs.

6.1.19: The Astros improved to 8-0 last weekend with a doubleheader sweep of the Redding Ringtails. The Astros responded to being back home with homeruns by Jesse Brown, Scott Underwood, Grant Goff and even Joey Dice found just enough barrel to clear the fence! Former Professional Eddie Russel picked up the win in his Astros debut in game 1 and Paul Ferrari coasted to a win in game 2... Don Wanner looked good to close out game 1 and Dakota Conners shined in his first game with Astros with 5 hits. The Astros welcome in the Fresno A's this weekend hosting a 2:30pm doubleheader on Saturday and a single game on Sunday starting at noon. The A's earned an appearance at the NBC World Series in Wichita Kansas and should bring a quality team into town to face the streaking Astros!

5.11.19: After sweeping the Sacramento Royals to open the season, with Don Wanner picking up the win in Game 1 and David Rider in Game 2... the Astros take the field again this weekend for the home opener against the same Sacramento Royals.