Well, it's Texas, so why be surprised by a Texas-sized storm? It's been raining since Friday evening without pause - and the field in Arlington is one soggified pasture.
Tonight's game? No one knows, but if they play it, it will be in the rain, in ankle deep water.
When last night's game was rained out, manager Don Wakamatsu caught a bit of a break - his son, Jake, had his high school football game here called by lightning.
It was played today at 1 p.m., and Wak and his family were able to attend, sitting under an umbrella all afternoon.
Ken Griffey Jr., meanwhile, chartered a plane last night and, once the game was called, flew home to Florida.
There, he was on hand to wake son Tevin the morning of his son's game, take him to the game and watch it.
Then, he flew back to Texas to watch it rain.
"This is as close as I'll be to home for one of his games," Junior said. "You should have seen the look on his face when he realized it was me waking him up."
The rain, meanwhile, is going to wreak havoc upon the schedule. Seattle and Texas may not get the game in tonight, and may not get either game in in tomorrow's scheduled double header.
One option: When the Rangers travel to Safeco Field for the last three games of the season, they may wind up with three consecutive double headers.