Ben Margot/AP PhotoA's closer Sean Doolittle spoke with the Swingin' A's about spring training.

Ben Margot/AP PhotoA's closer Sean Doolittle spoke with the Swingin' A's about spring training.

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

Here are some early Giants spring training observations. (I Sports Web)

Who are the five greatest 49ers of all time? (Wall St. Cheat Sheet)

The Sharks may have lost the Stadium Series game against the Kings, but the event went as well as it could have when playing outdoors. (San Jose Mercury News)

Check out this interview with A's closer Sean Doolittle in which he talks spring training and who he wants to pitch against the most. (Swingin' A's)

The Warriors currently hold the second-best record in the NBA. Can anyone beat them in the Western Conference playoffs? (USA Today)

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