Go ahead and call it a comeback.

Last night the Swift Current 57's had an 8-7 walk-off win in the 11th over the visiting Edmonton Prospects on a Will Baker two-out walk-off double. That came after the 57's rallied with three runs in the bottom of the ninth to force extras.

It was a rematch of last season's finals, which Swift Current won, and now the 57's are an even .500 at 10-10, while Edmonton is 8-12.

The second baseman Baker also hit a bomb for Swift Current, going three for five with a couple RBI.

Reliever Nick Hooper threw the 10th and 11th for Swift Current, giving up no runs on a pair of hits while striking out two and improving to 3-2 through nine appearances.

Jordan Smith took the loss for Edmonton, giving up the sole winning run over an inning and two thirds.

Mitch Guiberson tossed four frames while giving up five runs for Swift Current, before Brock Gilliam threw three scoreless to follow. Matt Fiorini then went in for the 57's, giving up one run in two innings.

Right fielder Daylen Calicdan hit Edmonton's lone home run, while Australian Michael Gahan threw eight and two-third innings, giving up seven runs - but only four were earned.

Swift is fourth of six in the East, and sit seven and a half back of the Weyburn Beavers for top spot in the division.

Tonight the 57's are at Mitchell Field again, where they'll face the 12-6 Regina Red Sox at 7:05 p.m.