Niners general manager Trent Baalke has added players through free agency and the draft this offseason, extended the contract of quarterback Colin Kaepernick and put to rest reports of a feud with head coach Jim Harbaugh.So, Baalke obviously feels good about his team's makeup. He wouldn't have brought in the likes of wideouts Stevie Johnson and Brandon Lloyd and safety Antoine Bethea if he weren't confident in their abilities.But with the start of training camp two weeks away, Baalke is as curious as any fan about how this 49ers squad will come together starting with the team's first practice July 24.He'll finally get a chance to see if the chemistry looks right during practices and exhibition games this month and next."The interesting thing about any sport is you can look better on paper but not perform as well as a team," Baalke said this week in an interview with Taylor Price on the team's website. "How we do in 2014 is going to be dependent on how quickly we can become a team. Individuals don't win games. Teams win games. That's all we're trying to do is get a little bit better every day as a team."Baalke told Price he was encouraged by what he saw in the recent full-roster...