PROGRAMMING NOTE: NBC Sports California is looking back at the A's 50 Memorable Moments since the franchise relocated to Oakland in 1968. Below are the next two moments you can vote on. Tune into A's Pregame Live tonight at 6:30pm to watch highlights of the two moments. After the A's and White Sox conclude, tune into A's Postgame Live to see which moment will move on to the next round!
1. Brandon Moss 2-run walk-off HR in 19th inning against Angels in 2013 (Four-time winner -- Defeated Marco Scutaro's walk-off homer off Mariano Rivera on Jackie Robinson Day in 2007)
It started out like any other game on a Monday night. Dan Straily threw the first pitch to Peter Bourjos at 7:09 p.m. The game's final pitch would not be hurled for another six hours and 32 minutes.
At 1:41 a.m. Tuesday, Brandon Moss blasted a two-run home run off Barry Enright in the bottom of the 19th inning, ending the longest game in A's history, a 10-8 victory over the Angels. The game featured 16 different pitchers and 597 pitches.
The Angels took a 7-2 lead into the eighth inning, but the A's rallied for four runs in the eighth and one in the ninth to force extra innings. The teams exchanged runs in the 15th inning to make it 8-8. It would stay that way until the bottom of the 19th, when Moss belted his second home run of the game to finally send everyone home.
2. Ramon Hernandez's walk-off bunt in 12th inning of Game 1 of 2003 ALDS
Nobody in the entire stadium saw it coming. How could they? With two outs and the bases loaded in the bottom of the 12th inning of a 4-4 game, A's catcher Ramon Hernandez laid down a perfect bunt to beat the Red Sox in Game 1 of the 2003 American League Division Series.
"The element of surprise reigns supreme!" longtime A's announcer Bill King exclaimed. The walk-off bunt capped a thrilling comeback victory for Oakland, which tied the game in the bottom of the ninth on a two-out RBI single by Erubiel Durazo.
At 4 hours and 37 minutes, the game became the longest in Oakland's postseason history. The A's would also win Game 2, 5-1, but the Red Sox stormed back with three straight victories to take the series in five games.