To say this was a weird night at the Oakland Coliseum, would be a vast understatement. The A's and Angels battled into the wee hours in the longest game in Oakland Athletics history. The game started on Monday and ended on Tuesday. Brett Anderson, who was scratched from this start, ended up throwing 5 1/3 innings anyways.

The A's lost the lead and then tied it up in the 15th inning, and it was finally decided in the 19th inning when Brandon Moss hit a walk-off two-run home run. It was a six-hour, 32-minute game.

It was a game that had two dot races, a 7th and 14th inning stretch, and it lasted past the final BART train's departure. It was a night that saw not one, but three different center fielders leave the game with leg injuries. It was the longest game by time in Oakland Coliseum history.

The A's extended their winning streak against the American League West to 12 games.

It was pretty obvious it would be a weird day when A's fans dubbed Monday's game "Josh Hamilton Appreciation Night" in honor of the ball that Hamilton dropped in the 162nd game of the 2012 season, leading to the A's eventually defeating the Rangers and winning the American League West.

Hamilton went 0 for 8.

At the Plate

The A's had a scoring opportunity taken away from them in the first inning. With the A's fans in right field sarcastically chanting "Hamilton, Hamilton," the Angels right fielder made an outstanding diving catch to rob Yoenis Cespedes of a run-scoring hit.

The A's would score in the fourth inning after Josh Donaldson, the reigning American League Player of the Week, hit an infield single, stole second base, and scored on a single by John Jaso. The ball Jaso hit was badly misplayed by Angels' second baseman Howie Kendrick, but it was ruled a single.