The Rogers County Rangers, fighting off the effects of inclement weather, take on Okmulgee at 7 p.m. Thursday at Legion Field in an American Legion baseball game.

For the second time this season, the Rangers have endured a five-day stretch without playing a game.

The Rangers, who saw their 10-game winning streak halted over the weekend, stand at 18-6.

They have lost nine scheduled games to rain, Rangers coach Todd Bingham said Thursday. Two games, one at home, one on the road, were scratched this week because of rain and wet grounds.

“It’s driving everybody crazy,” he said.

The Rangers worked out at Legion Field for 90 minutes on Wednesday.

“It wasn’t anything special,” Bingham said. “It was just enough to keep the players in touch. Throwing the ball around. Stuff like that.

“The players are missing it. They’re wanting to play.”