Idaho Falls Russets
- Location: Idaho Falls, ID
- League: Pioneer League 1940-1942, 1946-1961
- Affiliation: New York Yankees 1940-1941; Brooklyn Dodgers 1948; New York Giants 1949-1951; Sacramento Solons 1953-1954; Detroit Tigers 1954-1958; Pittsburgh Pirates 1959; Chicago White Sox 1960-1961
- Ballpark: McDermott Field
The Idaho Falls Russets began play in the Pioneer League in 1940. After the club and the league ceased operations during World War II, they resumed play in 1946. Led by pitcher Ken Kimball's 26 wins, they captured a league title in 1952. Despite posting the best regular-season record in 1960, the Russets lost the title to the Boise Braves in the playoffs. After the 1961 season, the club became a New York Yankees affiliate and became known as the Idaho Falls Yankees.
For '46 roster, see talk section of the page