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

Giants manager Bruce Bochy wants the team to step it up. (San Jose Mercury News)

The A's currently have 12 pitchers with ERAs over 4.00, but they don't need to worry about pitching stats just yet. (Swingin' A's)

With Klay Thompson expected to miss at least five games, the Warriors need to keep pace in the conference if they want to have the best record at the end of the season. (Rant Sports)

Take a look at some of the draft prospects who can help the 49ers fill the void left by Patrick Willis' retirement. (Bleacher Report)

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