Well, to the Angels, it hadn't.
According to Elias, Saturday was the first time in franchise history that the Angels lost a game on back-to-back homers. It was just the third loss of the season that came when the Angels led after eight innings.
"That was pretty amazing. I don't think I've ever seen back-to-back homers to walk off or anything like that. I don't know if it's ever happened," Greinke said. "You don't see that, I don't think, ever."