Paul Sakuma/AP PhotoThe Raiders have released safety Tyvon Branch.

Paul Sakuma/AP PhotoThe Raiders have released safety Tyvon Branch.

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

Meet Jesse Hahn, the pitcher the A's acquired from the Padres recently. (Swingin' A's)

The 49ers are going through an extreme makeover this offseason. What changes have they been making? (Niner Noise)

The Raiders are taking a risk by releasing safety Tyvon Branch. (Rant Sports)

The Sharks won't be winning the Stanley Cup this season, and general manager Doug Wilson needs to rebuild the team if they want to have a chance next season. (The Hockey Writers)

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