OAKLAND, Calif. — Matt Chapman got the backdoor slider he was expecting from All-Star closer Brad Hand on a 2-2 pitch that missed the strike zone.

When Hand threw it again with a full count, Chapman jumped on it, lining a homer in the 12th inning to lift the Oakland Athletics over the Indians 4-3 Friday night.

"You know he's got that kind of power but this is their closer on the mound and [Hand] is never predictable in what he throws," A's manager Bob Melvin said. "At 3-2 you're just trying to battle. He just saw it early enough and put a good swing it."

Chapman drove the ball down the left-field line for his first career game-ending hit. The homer was his 10th this season and the first allowed by Hand, who entered with a 1.08 ERA.

Hand was happy with the pitch, just not the result.

"Just a tough one to lose," Hand said. "I threw a quality strike in the zone and he put a good swing on it."

Ramon Laureano also homered and Robbie Grossman had three hits for the A's. Joakim Soria (1-2) retired six batters to win.

Neither team managed much offense after Francisco Lindor's tying sacrifice fly in the seventh. Ryan Buchter, Blake Treinen and Soria combined to retire the final 15 Indians batters.

Both teams scored earlier on close plays at the plate.

Marcus Semien doubled off the wall in left-center leading off the first for the A's. He moved to third on a fielder's choice and scored on a wild pitch, sliding into home plate before catcher Kevin Plawecki could get back.

Plawecki doubled and scored on Lindor's flyout in the seventh. Plawecki slid headfirst into home plate, just ahead of a strong throw by Grossman.

A's starter Frankie Montas matched his career high with seven strikeouts in six innings. Montas allowed two runs, eight hits and one walk.

Jose Ramirez had an infield single and a walk for the Indians. He has reached base in 19 consecutive games, the longest active streak in the AL and second in the majors to Kris Bryant of the Chicago Cubs who has a 20-game streak.

Indians starter Cody Anderson allowed two runs and had three strikeouts in three innings in his second start since Tommy John elbow surgery in 2017. Anderson began the season in the minors and made three relief appearances after being called up. He retired two batters and allowed four runs against the Seattle Mariners in his first start May 5.

The Indians used seven relievers after Anderson's abbreviated start.

"It's tough because you have no idea you are going to go 12 innings," Indians manager Terry Francona said. "That was a lot of innings for the bullpen to cover."

Trainer's room

Indians: Mike Clevinger (upper back) threw long toss up to 150 feet and will do it again Sunday before being re-evaluated.

Athletics: Khris Davis sat out a second consecutive game because of a left hip contusion.