Tony Avelar/AP Photo49ers Frank Gore is set to become a free agent

Tony Avelar/AP Photo49ers Frank Gore is set to become a free agent

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

The 49ers are working on bringing back offensive stars such as Frank Gore, who is set to become a free agent. (Fanatix)

The Giants want pitcher Curtis Partch involved at spring training. Want to know why? Check out his stats over the past few years. (Around the Foghorn)

The Warriors are playing the Spurs on Friday. Here are some matchups and keys to winning against the reigning NBA champions. (Blue Man Hoop)

Tyler Clippard was surprised when he was traded to the A's from the Nationals, and he will be starting his 13th season in the MLB in Oakland. (San Jose Mercury News)

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