EST November 3, 2013 Game 4 — Tampa Bay Rays shortstop Yunel Escobar reacts in the dugout after he scored a run during the sixth inning at Tropicana Field. (Photo: Kim Klement, USA TODAY Sports) Story Highlights Zobrist hit .275 while starting games at four different positions Escobar will get $5 million after playing in a career-high 153 games SHARE 8 CONNECT 1 TWEET 1 COMMENTEMAILMORE ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) The Tampa Bay Rays have exercised options on All-Star Ben Zobrist and shortstop Yunel Escobar. Zobrist hit .275 while starting games at four different positions and leading AL second basemen in fielding percentage this year.
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6 Questions To Help You Find Your Ideal Exercise Program
You could consider joining a local bike group or riding to nearby destinations instead of taking the car. Stationary bikes also have great health benefits. Already a cycler? Here’s how to get more benefit from your bike ride.
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Right Amount of Exercise Can Boost Mental Health: Study
Yeon Soo Kim and colleagues at Teachers College, Columbia University. They were surprised to find that after 7.5 hours of exercise per week, symptoms of depression and anxiety increased sharply. This was true in both men and women, and in people of all ages and different levels of health. The study, published online and in the September issue of the journal Preventive Medicine, is the first to show an association between too much exercise and poor mental health, according to a Columbia news release. However, further research is needed to determine whether people who tend to be depressed and anxious are more likely to be more physically active as a way to keep their mental symptoms under control, or whether greater amounts of exercise actually cause symptoms of depression and anxiety.
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