From a big Minnesota Wild win to a new way to watch baseball, here are the four stories you need to know for Tuesday,

Boston Bombing Death Decision

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Will Dzhokhar Tsarnaev live or die?

The sentencing phase in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber is expected to begin Wednesday.

A jury will hear new testimony as they decide whether or not Tsarnaev gets life in prison or the death penalty.

Three people were killed and more than 260 wounded when Tsarnaev and his brother, Tamerlan, set off twin explosions near the marathon finish line 2 years ago.

Wild Win!

Go Wild! Minnesota shut out the St. Louis Blues in Game 3, winning 3-0.

After taking 1 of 2 games on the road, the Wild came home and dominated the Blues.

Wild fans made sure the Blues knew they were in Minnesota!

More than 19,000 cheered throughout the game.

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Game 4 is Wednesday night at 8:30 p.m.

Millennial Moochers

It turns out a lot of us are getting financial help from our parents before starting out.

Thirty-six percent of millennials say they got help compared to 12 percent of those millennials’ parents.

This is part of a USA Today-Bank of America survey.

‘Statcast’ For MLB

The way you watch baseball will change.

The MLB is using tonight’s St. Louis Cardinals and Washington Nationals game to launch a TV integration of Statcast.

Stat-Cast is a data collection and display system.

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Cameras and sensors installed at each ballpark will capture many things, including which outfielder runs the fastest or which catcher gets the ball to second base the quickest.