Washouts happen. It's part of sport in the bush but 2021 has been something else.
Tamworth Baseball (TBI) president David McMurray has been involved with the sport for more than half a century and he's "never had a season with so many washout games".
"You get the one or two but never this bad. That's just the way it goes," he said.
Baseballers have been able to get on the diamond just once since the June Long Weekend Carnival.
"This is week number six we haven't been able to play," McMurray said of last weekend's washout.
The end of the season is fast approaching and the committee will meet this week to look at different options to get catch-up games in before the grand finals on September 11.
"We've got a meeting on Wednesday to discuss how we can put in additional games," McMurray said.
"Our members are disappointed but let's be honest - it is what it is. If you're washed out, you're washed out."
Tamworth Baseball is also in discussions with council about the possibility of playing at different grounds in the future to give the baseball fields more time to dry out.