The Kansas City Cowboys were a National League baseball team that played one season in 1886. They played at Association Park and finished with a 30–91 record. They finished in seventh place, ahead of another new team, the Washington Nationals. They were not connected to the Union Association Cowboys.
|Kansas City Cowboys|
|Based in Kansas City, Missouri|
|Major league affiliations|
|Major league titles|
The Cowboys were admitted to the National League on a trial basis for the 1886 season. The team went out of business in February, 1887, having been forced to sell its players back to the league for $6,000. They were replaced in the league by Pittsburgh, which moved to the league from the American Association.
- 1886 Cowboys at Baseball Reference