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49ers Gore and Moody Train with Michael Morse

Posted Feb 11, 2014

San Francisco 49ers Frank Gore and Nick Moody spent time training with new San Francisco Giants outfielder Michael Morse.

#SFUnite, literally.

New San Francisco Giants left fielder Michael Morse posted a notable picture after his Tuesday workout in Florida.

It also happened to showcase his training partners: 49ers rushing king Frank Gore and emerging special teams contributor Nick Moody.

#Niners365 Blog:
Frank Gore Joins Instagram

Morse and the rest of the Giants position players will report to Spring Training in Scottsdale, Ariz. on Feb. 18.

Gore and Moody can take part in voluntary offseason workouts at 49ers headquarters later in the offseason. But it's good to see Bay Area athletes working out alongside one another.


 
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