|Born: September 22, 1888|
|Died: March 11, 1971 (aged 82)|
|Negro leagues debut|
|1910, for the Stars of Cuba|
|Last Negro leagues appearance|
|1931, for the Stars of Cuba|
|Negro leagues[a] statistics|
|Runs batted in||77|
|Member of the Cuban|
|Baseball Hall of Fame|
Nicknamed "Cortina" or "The Curtain", he played from 1908 to 1931 with several clubs in the Negro leagues and the Cuban League, including Almendares, Azul, Club Fé, Habana, the Cuban Stars (West) and the Cuban Stars (East). Chacón also managed the Cuban Stars (East) from 1917 to 1931 where he also played shortstop.
He was elected to the Cuban Baseball Hall of Fame in 1949.
- On December 16, 2020, Major League Baseball declared the Negro leagues, from the span of 1920–1948, to be a "Major League". Chacón's statistics reflect his time in the Negro leagues from 1923–1927.
- "MLB officially designates the Negro Leagues as 'Major League'". MLB.com. December 16, 2020. Retrieved August 7, 2023.
- "The Cuban Stars Take Series From American Giants." Indianapolis Freeman, Indianapolis, Indiana, Saturday July 17, 1915, Page 4, Columns 4 to 6
- "Cuban Stars Easily Beat Camden, 12-5" Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sunday Morning, July 18, 1920, Page 17, Column 6
- "1952 Pittsburgh Courier Poll of Greatest Black Players"