Chris Carlson/AP PhotoJason Giambi announced his retirement after 20 MLB seasons.

Chris Carlson/AP PhotoJason Giambi announced his retirement after 20 MLB seasons.

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

The NFL Combine is coming up. Who should the 49ers look for in the draft? (ESPN)

After 20 seasons (eight of those with the A's), Jason Giambi will retire. Take a look at his career during his time in Oakland. (Swingin' A's.)

The Sharks' playoff status has put the team's rebuild at a crossroads. (Yahoo Sports)

The Raiders' new management should make the team an attractive free agent destination. (Silver and Black Pride)

The 49ers' management playing favorites could send the team into a spiral. (NFL Spin Zone)

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