Tony Avelar/AP PhotoOakland Athletics' Coco Crisp will start his sixth season with the team in 2015.

Tony Avelar/AP PhotoOakland Athletics' Coco Crisp will start his sixth season with the team in 2015.

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

After changes to the Oakland A's roster in the offseason, Coco Crisp remains for his sixth season. (San Jose Mercury News)

Opening Day will be here sooner than you think, so here's a projection of the Giants' roster. (Bleacher Report)

Raiders defensive end Justin Tuck thinks Ndamukong Suh is “Raider-ish” and that Suh is a $100 million player. (Fansided)

Here's an in-depth look at Derek Norris' 2014 season for the A's. (Athletics Nation)

It's mock draft season, and the 49ers have the 15th overall pick. Who do they select? (Rant Sports)

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