If you left at the first pitch, you could have driven from Anaheim and caught the end of Monday night's Angels game in Oakland with time to spare.

Or you could have watched two full NFL games, 13 Seinfeld reruns, or flown halfway to Japan in the 6 hours and 37 minutes it took to complete the 19-inning 10-8 loss to the A's in front of what was left of a crowd of 11,668 Tuesday morning at O.co Coliseum.

Brandon Moss' two-run homer to right off former Pepperdine pitcher Barry Enright (0-1) ended what was the longest game was the longest in Angels franchise history., eclipsing a 6-hour, 6-minute contest against the Seattle Mariners that ended in 20 innings April 13,1982.

A slumping offense's emergence and a solid start by Tommy Hanson were afterthoughts in a game that was especially dispiriting even by the team's underachieving standards of this year after the Angels blew to leads with the A's down to their last at-bat.

The loss was the Angels' third straight and their sixth in eight games. Their 9-16 start ties a franchise record.

"You're always going to have your share of frustrating games in the course of a season," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "This one is extremely frustrating."

It was also costly.

Center fielder Peter Bourjos left the game with a pulled hamstring trying to beat out a bunt in the 11 th and was immediately put on the disabled list.