(1896, 1902, 1906, 1946-1950)
|Minor league affiliations|
|Major league affiliations|
|Minor league titles|
|League titles||1 (1946)|
|Nickname||Chanute Athletics (1947, 1949-1950)|
Chanute played in the Class D Kansas-Oklahoma-Missouri League from 1946-1950 and were affiliates of the New York Giants in 1948 . Chanute won the league Kansas-Oklahoma-Missouri League championship in 1946.
Previously, Chanute had a team in the Kansas State League in 1896, the Chanute Oilers played in the 1902 Missouri Valley League (when the Coffeyville Indians moved to Chanute on June 23, 1902) and the Chanute Browns played in the Kansas State League in 1906.
The Chanute teams played at Katy Park, built in 1936 as a Works Project Administration project. The ballpark is still in use today and is located at Main Street and Katy Avenue in Chanute Kansas. Mickey Mantle played in Chanute in 1949, as Mantle played with the visiting Independence Yankees.
- Charlie Bates (1947, 1949-1950, MGR)
- Ross Grimsley (1946)[dubious ]
- Chuck Hostetler (1950, MGR)
- Johnny Kling (1896)
- Al Smith (1948, MGR) MLB All-Star
- Jake Thies (1947-1949)
- Bill Yohe (1906)
|Year||Record||Win-Loss %||Manager||Regular Season Finish||Playoffs/Notes|
|1946||68-53||.561||Goldie Howard||1st place||Championship tied 3-3|
|1947||44-80||.354||Dave Dennis / Charlie Bates||7th||None|
|1949||65-60||.520||James Hansen / Charlie Bates||5th||None|
|1950||35-89||.282||Charlie Bates / Thomas Imfeld / Chuck Hostetler||8th||None|
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- "Katy Park - Chanute Kansas - Former home of the Chanute Athletics and Giants". digitalballparks.com.
- "Katy Park". Chanute, KS.
- "Katy Park | Chanute, KS - Official Website". www.chanute.org.