Astros split a DH with the Sacramento Yankees. Don wanner took the loss in Game 1 despite going 4 innings and only giving up 1 run and Joey Dice and Scott Underwood hitting home runs for the Astros. Paul Ferrari got the win in game 2 and Josh Czyz got the save while giving up 3 runs and each striking out 4. Dice got the offense going again scoring 3 times and Eric Underwood hitting a grand slam. Richard Kerr had 2 hits and Paul Vossen added a triple with 2 rib's and Brandon Koszuth scored 2 runs and had a double.

The Astros swept Folsom College in a doubleheader, winning the first game 4-0 and the second game 7 - 3. TJ Czyz, Spencer Edmondson and Don Wanner combined for the shutout and striking out 18 while only giving up 2 hits. Richard Kerr led off the 6th with a single and scored the first run and drove in James McCabe and Joe Wilson to secure the win. Eric Underwood had 2 doubles and knocked in another run. Game 2 saw Paul Ferrari get the win and Josh Czyz made his debut with 2 scoreless innings and 3 strikeouts. Kerr again got things going with a triple to lead off the game and Jesse Brown knocked in 2 runs with a bases loaded single. Joe Wilson had his first home run and TJ Czyz had a double and scored a run.

The Reno Astros won two out of three from the Fresno A's over 4th of July weekend. Former Pro Don Wanner got the loss but had no help from his defense as 5 unearned runs crossed the plate. Spencer Edmondson and Paul Ferrari won their starts with Spencer striking out 8 and only giving up 2 hits. The bats showed up with LJ Thomas, Jesse Brown and Matt Konopisos getting 4 hits on Saturday and Scott & Eric Underwood, Joey Dice and LJ each hitting Home Runs. While Dice's shot was questionably foul... Soctt hit the longest blast of his Astros career over the scoreboard. TJ Czyz had 6 strikeouts on the mound and 5 hits at the plate on the weekend. The Astros travel to Folsom College next weekend and then return home for 3 weeks.

The Astros dropped a doubleheader in Sacramento this weekend.... losing 5-4 in the bottom of the 9th in game 1 after leading 4-2 in the 8th. Former Astro Jason Landreth provided the game tying full count 2 out double. The Astros only had 10 hits on the day with Eric Underwood, Jesse Brown and rookie Blaise Czyz having 2 each. Schedule change for this weekend: 1:00 p.m. double header on Saturday and one 9-Inning game at noon on Sunday.

Congratulations to Reno Astro Ray Kerr who made his MLB debut for The Padres against the Dodgers on April 24th, 2022... 3 up 3 down to finish the game striking out Max Muncy with the cutter!