OAKLAND, Calif. - Brandon Moss and the Oakland Athletics played 6 1/2 hours of baseball before walking off with one tiring win. Moss hit his second home run of the night with two outs in the bottom of the 19th inning to give Oakland a 10-8 victory over the Los Angeles Angels early Tuesday in the longest major league game of the season. "It was a crazy game and Im glad its over," Moss said. "That was exhausting, it really was." 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. By time, it was the longest game ever played in Oakland — and the longest in Angels history. Oakland slugger Yoenis Cespedes singled off the left-centre wall against closer Ernesto Frieri 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 Brett Andersons bases-loaded walk to J.B. Shuck, but the As tied it in the bottom half on Adam Rosales two-out single off Jerome Williams after a costly error by Angels first baseman Albert Pujols. Pujols homered twice earlier in the game and finished with four hits and three RBIs. Mark Trumbo also went deep for the Angels and added a two-run double. As the game dragged on deep into the night, fans who remained in the scattered crowd of 11,668 chanted the names of Oaklands radio announcers, Ray Fosse and Ken Korach. One player in the Angels dugout wore a rally cap folded in half, with the bill sticking straight up like a mohawk. But it was the As who finally pulled it out on Moss two-run shot. "Its one of those things where you just want to quit, but at the same time you dont want to lose so youre not going to quit," Moss said. "You just keep fighting through and keep hoping they throw a ball into your bat. I dont even know how I hit it. I was so late on everything after the 10th inning on. If it was thigh-high or up I couldnt catch it, so I was just trying to get anything down in the zone. Both teams tonight battled so hard." Seth Smith drew a leadoff walk from Barry Enright (0-1) in the 19th and, two outs later, Moss drove an 0-1 pitch to right for his fourth homer of the year. Josh Hamilton jumped at the fence, but the ball sailed well beyond his reach. "Youre always going to have your share of frustrating games over the course of a season. This one was extremely frustrating," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "Everybody gave it everything they had. Its frustrating when you dont put the outs together to hold the lead." Enright, normally a starter, was called up from the minors Thursday and was making his first big league appearance of the season. "It was a changeup," he said. "He swung through the first one and I wanted to make it more down but it hooked over the middle. I was trying to extend the game and I made a bad pitch." Jerry Blevins (2-0) worked 1 2-3 scoreless innings for the victory. It was the longest game in the majors since the Pittsburgh Pirates won 6-3 in 19 innings at St. Louis on Aug. 19 last year, according to STATS. But it wasnt the only baseball marathon of the night. The Miami Marlins beat the New York Mets 4-3 in 15 innings in a game that took 5 hours, 31 minutes, and ended about 12:45 a.m. on the East Coast. Turned out, that was a breeze compared to what the Angels and As had in store. And all that baseball took a toll on both teams. Angels centre fielder Peter Bourjos was removed with a strained left hamstring and is headed to the disabled list. Third baseman Luis Jimenez came out with a bruised left shin. Oakland lost centre 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 As but was scratched with a sore right ankle in favour 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. 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. "Good game to win, bad game to lose," Oakland manager Bob Melvin said. "I mean, we exhausted everything we had obviously. Blevins probably has one more inning, then you might be looking at Seth Smith on the mound." Moss hit a solo homer in the sixth and the As scored four times in the eighth, two on Josh Donaldsons single, to close the gap to 7-6. Angels reliever Jerome Williams did not allow an earned in six innings. He gave up four hits, walked two and struck out two. Tommy Hanson pitched six strong innings for Los Angeles, allowing two runs and five hits. He walked one and struck out a season-high six in his first start since being activated from the bereavement list. Called up to fill in for Anderson, Straily lasted 4 2-3 innings. He gave up six runs on seven hits, walked one and struck out six. Pujols homered for the first time in three weeks, when he also hit two at Texas on April 7, a span of 74 at-bats. He had three hits in his previous 31 at-bats. Hanson pitched for the first time in 10 days. He extended his scoreless innings streak to 11 before allowing a run in the fourth. Pujols homered with two outs in the first and Trumbo led off the second with his fourth of the season. He hit it with such force — the drive was estimated at 475 feet — that every As player remained stationary, not even bothering with a cursory glance. John Jasos RBI single brought the As to 2-1, but the Angels rallied for four runs in the fifth, with Pujols and Hamilton driving in runs and Trumbo knocking in two with a double. Pujols homered again in the seventh. Bourjos went 0 for 4, was hit by a pitch and added a sacrifice bunt, ending his 10-game hitting streak. 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