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Here's a look at some things you might have missed in the San Francisco sports world Tuesday.

Take a look at how the 49ers have been doing in free agency this offseason. (Bleacher Report)

The Giants have only won four games in spring training, but winning games in March is not important. (Around the Foghorn)

Should the A's leave Ryan Cook off of their 25-man roster? (Swinin' A's)

Here are five free agents currently on the market who the Raiders should consider. (Golden Gate Sports)

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Dominion Voting Systems, a Denver-based vendor, is under contract to supply voting machines for elections in San Francisco. (Kevin N. Hume/Examiner file)
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Health experts praised Salesforce for keeping its Dreamforce conference at Moscone Center outdoors and on a small scale. (Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)
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Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers proved to be too much for the Niners in a Week 3 loss to Green Bay. It was San Francisco’s home opener for the 2021 season. (Courtesy of the San Francisco 49ers.)
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Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown, pictured with Rose Pak in 2014, says the late Chinatown activist was “helping to guide the community away from the divisions, politically.”
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