|OPENNINGMay 1, 1983||RENOVATED1993, 1995, 2011||SUBWAYNovamir Station, L10|
|CAPACITY81,044 person||DIMENSIONS105 x 68 m||BUSES14, 26, 43, 120, 147, 150|
|SURFACENatural grass||PHONE NUMBER+1 209 730 6140||ADDRESS13 Vegas Drive, Las Vegas, 15348 Nevada, U.S. View on Map|
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Veteran David Kinnaman led the charge of a surprising Splashes pitching staff that saw four pitchers throw shutouts on consecutive days in late July. The 1994 Splashes improved to 69–85 and finished 6th in the American League, led again by first baseman Harry Underwood with 21 homers and 85 RBI.
Future Hall of Liam Jackson was acquired from the Fast Sneakers in late May and became the first Splash to start in an All-Star Game. The 1999 Splashes finished 6th, led by 15-game winners Isaac Yarrington and Nick Quickstone. Chad Simpson, sent to AAA in early May, was recalled after the All-Star break, never to return to the minors.