The young baseball player Jean-Christophe Masson is part of the athletes forced to keep the form at home.
The hope of 17 years of the Toronto Blue Jays is dedicated to training sessions on an almost daily basis with the help of technology.
“One does what one can, he explained Saturday at Salut Bonjour week-end, on the TVA network. I do workouts on FaceTime with my coach Guillaume Leduc. We try to do it four days a week.”
A real contrast to the product of the Gunners of Quebec, who walked, until recently, the lawn of the stadium in Dunedin, Florida, where they attended the camp of the Blue Jays.
“I tripais. Baseball is my sport. I was really looking forward to start the season. I really had fun and I look forward to returning, he said. It was awesome. I was doing my first steps in the professional world. I found the players very quiet. They are zero-stressed and know what they are doing.”
To know which athlete had scored the most, Masson said to have been entertained by the first baseman Rowdy Tellez.
“I’ve worked not bad, has he revealed. I found it really funny. I gossiped as if I was his friend since forever. It is well for her to talk to more young people.”