Jeff Chiu/AP PhotoGiants' general manager Brian Sabean will start his 18th season with the team this year.

Jeff Chiu/AP PhotoGiants' general manager Brian Sabean will start his 18th season with the team this year.

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

The 49ers should avoid these five free agents during the offseason. (Bleacher Report)

Giants' general manager Brian Sabean will be starting his 18th year with the team. Why is he so good at what he does? (Around the Foghorn)

The Raiders need to fill holes in their secondary this offseason. (Golden Gate Sports)

Ex-49ers wide receiver Jerry Rice admits to using illegal stickum on his gloves. (CSN Bay Area)

Oakland A's FanFest is on Sunday! Here's what you need to know before you go. (Athletics Nation)

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