Former Red Sox Travis Shaw fires back after news of strict Toronto seclusion regulations

They clearly aren't fooling around in Toronto when it comes to keeping the Blue Jays sequestered.

Here is what’s going to keep #BlueJays players in their stadium/hotel bubble this summer:Per multiple sources, players have been told penalty if seen outside ballpark is $750,000 fine and potential jail time.

— Scott Mitchell (@ScottyMitchTSN) July 10, 2020

The Jays have gotten permission from the Canadian government to hold their training camp at Rogers Centre with the understanding that the players stay at the adjoining hotel when not working out. 

But according to former Red Sox Travis Shaw, who now plays for the Blue Jays, the agreement to be confined to just the field and hotel wasn't supposed to extend into the regular season, which is slated to kick off July 24.

All summer isn’t gonna happen. Not an option

— Travis Shaw (@travis_shaw21) July 10, 2020

The Blue Jays, who are slated to play two exhibition games in Boston on July 21 and 22, currently have 46 players in their camp with 12 others remaining in Dunedin, Fla. after one tested positive for COVID-19. The players in Florida must come through with two negative tests before joining their teammates in Canada.