Indians right-fielder, Dustin Jones, says it's never happened to him in his life. 

With two outs, a full count and a tied 1-1 game in the bottom of the 9th inning, Dustin Jones created a baseball memory that will last a lifetime.  Jones lifted the next pitch just over the left-field fence, sending Mitchell Field into a frenzy as the Indians moved just a win away from back-to-back WMBL Championships.

The walk-off homer also made a winning pitcher out of left-hander Brandon Rupp who took a no-hitter into the 8th inning before surrendering a base-hit.

A scrappy Lethbridge Bulls baseball team tied the game at 1 in the top of the 9th after getting their first two hitters aboard from a walk and an infield bunt single.

After the game, Indians Manager, Harv Martinez ,said he doesn't remember ever seeing a walk-off home run at Mitchell Field.  Dustin Jones says it's his best baseball memory of his career.

Game three is tonight in Lethbridge.  Catch the action on the Eagle 94.1 FM with Ryan Switzer beginnng at 6:45 with the pre-game show.