Kyle Terada/AP Photo PoolThe Giants have signed Ryan Vogelsong to a one year contract.

Kyle Terada/AP Photo PoolThe Giants have signed Ryan Vogelsong to a one year contract.

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

Who should stay and who should go among the 49ers' free agents? (Bleacher Report)

The Giants re-signed pitcher Ryan Vogelsong, and the team is currently 20-1 odds to win the World Series again this year. (The Spread)

The 49ers could hire an offensive coordinator this week, and it won't be Lane Kiffin. (Niner Noise)

The Sharks have qualified for the postseason every year since 2004, but that streak could end this season. (The Hockey Writers)

The A's were one of the teams with the biggest presence at the showcase for Hector Olivera held in the Dominican Republic last week. (Athletics Nation)

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