ANAHEIM -#8212; The Athletics rallied from a 6-3 deficit, the blew a 9-6 lead on Tuesday night against the Angels.
After Oakland reliever Sean Doolittle gave up two runs to tie the game 9-9 and force extra innings, the resilient Athletics still had something left.
Jed Lowrie started the 11th with a single to left, then scored on Josh Donaldson's double as the A's squeaked out a wild 10-9 victory.
Jim Johnson, who picked up his first win Monday, earned another victory to improve his record to 2-2. The Athletics' new closer pitched two scoreless innings but did have to escape a jam in the 10th inning.
Yoslan Herrera, the Angels' seventh pitcher, took the loss. He gave up two hits and one base on balls in the fateful 11th inning.