|League||Intercounty Baseball League (1919–present)|
|Ballpark||Jack Couch Baseball Park|
|Colors||Blue, Yellow and Black|
|General Manager||Scott Ballantyne|
The Panthers were a founding member of the Intercounty Baseball League (along with Galt, Guelph and Stratford in 1919). The team changed names when the current league began play in 1957 as the Legionnaires and Dutchmen, but reverted to the current name in 1960.
Kitchener has won ten championships second most in the league, behind the Brantford Red Sox with eleven. The Panthers have won in:
- Bob McKillop - 4 time MVP and later with the Chicago White Sox
- Gary Ebel - later with the Oakland Athletics
- Ron Smith - San Francisco Giants
- Scott Medvin - Pittsburgh Pirates
- Harry Psutka - later with the Detroit Tigers
- Intercounty Major Baseball League's 1998 Record Book by Editor Herb Morell and Dominico Promotions Inc.