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Jets fall to Blues

WINNIPEG—St. Louis Blues’ forward Vladimir Tarasenko is getting used to seeing the goal light flash behind the net.

Tarasenko scored twice, including the game-winner, to increase his goal tally to five on the young season as St. Louis beat the Winnipeg Jets 4-2 yesterday afternoon.

But Tarasenko’s thoughts weren’t on his own play after the game.

1956 Ferrari built for racing legend Juan Manuel Fangio to go to auction; could bring $28M

NEW YORK A 1956 Ferrari built for Formula One racing legend Juan Manuel Fangio is going on the auction block in New York City, where it could sell for more than $28 million.

RM Sotheby’s says the Ferrari 290 MM, chassis 0626, will be offered on Dec. 10 as part of its “Driven by Disruption” sale.

Mets knock off Dodgers

LOS ANGELES—Daniel Murphy just hoped no one was watching.

Murphy shocked the sleeping Dodgers by stealing an uncovered third base and went on to score the tying run.

Two innings later, Murphy hit a go-ahead homer off Zack Greinke that led the N.Y. Mets over L.A. 3-2 last night and into an NL Championship Series matchup with the Chicago Cubs.

Cubs win NL Division Series, beat Cardinals 6-4 in Game 4

CHICAGO For the Chicago Cubs and their ever-hopeful fans, this bash was a long time in the making.

Kyle Schwarber, Anthony Rizzo and Javier Baez homered and the young Cubs clinched a post-season series at Wrigley Field for the first time ever, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 6-4 Tuesday to win the NL Division Series in four games.

Record-setting power show

From Carlos Correa to Yoenis Cespedes, baseball’s sluggers put on quite a show.

There were 21 home runs in yesterday’s four games—a record for one day in post-season play.

The last was a three-run shot by Howie Kendrick in the ninth inning for the L.A. Dodgers in their NL Division Series game against the N.Y. Mets.