If you ever been to North Texas for a long period of time you know that monster thunderstorms can pop up quickly.
A grand-daddy thunderstorm popped up before the Texas Rangers game against the Arizona Diamondbacks Wednesday night leaving the Rangers grounds crew to fight the elements while dragging the tarp.
“Somebody said it was 80 mph,” Rangers manager Ron Washington said. “That’s a hurricane.”
Even though the grounds crew tried the field took on too much water and was unplayable so the game was postponed.
“You can’t do anything about Mother Nature.” Washington said.
No you can't.