Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said he didn't lose any sleep with recurring nightmares from what he witnessed in the eighth inning Thursday night in Minneapolis.
Late in the second game of the doubleheader, a trio of Blue Jays relievers infamously walked eight batters in the inning, with the low point being three wild pitches uncorked by Sergio Santos that allowed two runs to score.
The eight walks in one inning -- a Jays record -- and one hit, a two-run single, turned a 5-3 lead into a 9-5 deficit.
"I always sleep good," Gibbons said. "I'm hoping that's an aberration."