1956: It may be as Leo D----- says, you don't win p----- with "fine fellows," but local baseball officials and fans know that Al Unser had one of the finest groups in the long history of the city's baseball activities. Most of them youngsters, even to the oldest player on the roster were high class on and off the field. Twelve of the boys who end the season tonight came up from the spring training base in Albany, Ga., while three others played here on last season's team. Had the Commodores been able to do one half as well on the road as they did at Fans Field they would be in the Shaughnessy playoffs that open tomorrow night. First row, left to right, Leon Carmel, rf,; Ron Schmitt, cf.; Dick Ghelfi, p.; Dick Hicks, p.; Fran Thomas, p.; Charles Howard, c-p.; Tom Langan, p. Second row, Chris Cannizzaro, c.; utility inf.; Jack Chinchar, ss.; Larry Cunningham, lf., Lindon Duncan, 2b., Harry Melia, p.; Bill Miller, 1b.; Ron Miller, 3b. Third row: Manager Al Unser; Bob Whitekiller, utility inf.; Ed Schneider, p.; Dale Bithell, p.; Gary Groce, p.; Frank Hartmann, 3b-1b.; Jimmy Shaffer, c. First row, A.J. Unser, clubhouse boy; Del Unser, Commodore bat boy.