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Lenny Dykstra was sentenced Monday to 6-1/2 months in prison for hiding baseball gloves and other heirlooms from his playing days that were supposed to be part of his bankruptcy filing. “I don’t think I’m a bad person,” said Dykstra, who was in handcuffs and wearing a prison-issued jumpsuit. “I made some bad decisions.” Lenny lived his life the same way he played ball, reckless.-TO
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Lenny Dykstra played in the major leagues for 12 years and he appeared to be on a solid post-career path, writing a stock-picking column and heading several privately held companies.
But he hasn't been able to hold it together since buying a mansion five years ago for more than $18 million. The 49-year-old Dykstra has battled substance abuse, allegations of sexual misconduct...
Lenny Dykstra spirals deeper and deeper into trouble. The LA Times reports:
Former New York Mets star Lenny Dykstra was sentenced to an additional 61/2 months on Monday for federal bankruptcy...
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Former All-Star outfielder Lenny Dykstra was sentenced Monday to 6 1/2 months in prison for hiding baseball gloves and other heirlooms from his playing days that were supposed to be part of his bankruptcy filing, capping a tumultuous year of legal woes.
U.S. District Judge Dean Pregerson weighed Dykstra's battle with drugs and alcohol versus the crimes he committed and opted...
The Big Leagues MLBer hailed as a “financial wizard” continues his epic tailspin.