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Two games in one.
Brandon Moss hit his second home run of the night with two outs in the bottom of the 19th inning to give the Oakland Athletics a 10-8 victory over the Los Angeles Angels early Tuesday in the longest major league game of the season.
The teams were on the field for 6 hours, 32 minutes in a marathon game that ended at 1:41 a.m. on the West Coast. It was the longest game ever played in Oakland by time and the longest in Angels history as well.
Oakland slugger Yoenis Cespedes singled off the left-center wall to drive in the tying run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth.
Los Angeles went ahead 8-7 in the 15th on a bases-loaded walk, but the A's tied it in the bottom half on Adam Rosales' two-out single after a costly error by Angels first baseman Albert Pujols.
Pujols homered twice earlier in the game and finished with four hits. Mark Trumbo also went deep for the Angels and added a two-run double.
All that baseball took a toll on both teams.
Angels center fielder Peter Bourjos was removed with a strained left hamstring and third baseman Luis Jimenez came out with a bruised left shin.
Oakland lost center fielder Coco Crisp to a strained left hamstring and outfielder Chris Young to a strained left quadriceps.
Brett Anderson was originally scheduled to start for the A's but was scratched with a sore right ankle in favor of Dan Straily. Anderson entered to start the 13th and pitched 5 1-3 innings before hobbling off the field with an apparent foot injury.
Jerry Blevins, the last reliever in the Oakland bullpen, was given as much time as he needed to warm up. He retired Mike Trout and Pujols to end the top of the 18th inning.
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Two games in one.
Brandon Moss hit his second home run of the game with two outs in the bottom of the 19th inning to give the Oakland Athletics a 10-8 victory over the Los Angeles Angels early Tuesday in the longest major league game of the season.
The teams were on the field for 6 hours, 32 minutes in a marathon game that ended at 1:41 a.m. on the West Coast. It was the longest...
The Oakland Athletics have designated outfielder Casper Wells for assignment, meaning that he will have to clear waivers for the Athletics to have a chance to retain him in their system. This marks the third time in the past several weeks that this has happened to Wells and while he holds major league ability it is starting to look that he may be declining with age. While not too...
The A’s on Wednesday placed Coco Crisp and Brett Anderson on the 15-day disabled list.
Both Crisp and Anderson left Monday’s marathon game with injuries. Crisp with a strained hamstring, while Anderson’s sprained ankle from April 19 was still bothering him as he pitched in extra innings.
Crisp leads the the team in runs, extra base hits and homers. Anderson, the team’s opening...
The Oakland A’s made a pair of roster moves Wednesday prior to their 12:35pm start at the Oakland Coliseum, sending starting pitcher Brett Anderson and center fielder Coco Crisp to the disabled list and recalling pitcher Dan Straily and catcher Luke Montz from the Sacramento River Cats.
Crisp, batting .283 with five homers and eight stolen bases, injured his left hamstring in the...
Following the 19-inning marathon played between the Oakland Athletics and Los Angeles Angels Monday night, a few A’s regulars found their immediate status in question after suffering injuries and being removed from the game.
Coco Crisp strained his hamstring and was removed from the game in the 14th inning and Chris Young exited in the 16th inning with a strained quad.
The Oakland Athletics have recalled pitcher Evan Scribner from Triple-A Sacramento. Armed with a 4.26 ERA with the Athletics earlier this year, he will be put into the middle relief role in the bullpen.
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The 19-inning marathon between the Oakland Athletics and Los Angeles Angels has claimed more casualties. While the Angels placed outfielder Peter Bourjos on the disabled list immediately after the game, the A's have now sent Coco Crisp and Brett Anderson to the DL, according to Casey Pratt of CSN Bay Area.
Coco Crisp and Brett Anderson to the DL. Luke Montz and Dan ...
The Oakland A's had three players leave their 19-inning win on Monday night with injuries. Two of those players (Brett Anderson and Coco Crisp) landed on the disabled list on Wednesday, retroactive to April 30. Taking their place will be a pair of rookies, one who was just sent back down on Tuesday and another who will be appearing in the bigs for the first time since 2008.
Well-traveled outfielder Casper Wells is on the move again, this time going from the Oakland Athletics to the Chicago White Sox.
The teams announced Monday night that the A's sent him to Chicago for cash.
Wells will be joining his fourth different American League team in less than a month.
Wells began the season with Seattle and hit .189 with two homers and 14 RBIs in 16 games...
An exhausted Brandon Moss threw a pie in his own face after hitting the home run that ended the major league's longest game this season.
Moss hit his second home run of the night with two outs in the 19th inning early Tuesday, giving the Oakland Athletics a 10-8 victory over the Los Angeles Angels.
The teams were on the field for 6 hours, 32 minutes in a game that ended at...
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While everybody outside of Oakland were sound asleep. Die hard fans in East Bay got to enjoy a 6 hour 32 minute affair in Oakland as the Los Angeles Angels fell short to the A’s in 19th inning when Brandon Moss hit a two run shot, his second homer of the game to end the marathon at 10-8. The game had gone on so long that patrons viewing...
Third baseman Manny Machado made a throwing error on a bunt in the 10th inning and the Oakland Athletics completed their comeback, beating the Baltimore Orioles 9-8 Sunday.
Down 5-0 in the sixth, the A's tied it at 8 on Yoenis Cespedes' two-run homer with one out in the ninth. He was activated from the disabled list before the game after being out with a strained muscle...