Higuera was such a great memory because the only thing I remember is that the Brewers paid so much money for him that every time he threw a ball or the other team got a hit every single person in the stands (that season average attendance was about 7,000 per game) would talk about what a worthless overpriced piece of crap pitcher he was.
Compared to today he made half as much money and he still played better than a lot of these guys now.
Another note on the Brewers......
The movie Major League was originally supposed to be about the Brewers and was filmed in Milwaukee County Stadium (used in the movie as the Indians home field) but since the Brewers were playing better by the time they started filming they decided to make it about the Indians who were breaking all of the MLB's lowest attendance records and had the worst record in the majors for three years straight. If you look closely at the people in the stands you will see a lot of University of Wisconsin, Green Bay packers and Brewers shirts.
I also remember going to Cleveland for a Brewers vs. Indians series at the giant old Municipal Stadium, the second game was on a beautiful Saturday afternoon and brought in a whopping attendance of................550!!!!!! The stadium was huge and it felt like we were the only ones watching the game...BTW we paid $6 for upper grandstand seats, try that at Jacobs Field!