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Lenny Dykstra took some time to discuss Darryl Strawberry’s genitals

Lenny Dykstra’s outrageously crass and candid ways were on full display this week as he promoted his memoir, “House of Nails: A Memoir of Life on the Edge.” Not only was there an enlightening yet awkward appearance on “The Howard Stern Show” during which he regaled the host with tales of how he serves as a gigolo to elderly women, but a speaking engagement Gramercy Theatre...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
June 30, 2016  |  Discuss

Lenny Dykstra Nails First Day on Twitter

As cliché as it sounds, Lenny Dykstra did his best to break the internet Tuesday. In just over eight hours, the former outfielder, perhaps filling the Twitter void left by John Rocker, tweeted 84 times. Sure, that probably isn’t a record, but considering it was his first day in the Twittersphere…84 times is a lot. And as you might suspect, it started off in glorious fashion...
Via Hall of Very Good
May 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Lawsuit: Former Phillies outfielder Lenny Dykstra alleges prison guards gave him brain damage

View image | gettyimages.com Troubled former Phillies outfielder Lenny Dykstra is in the news once again. Once again it is on TMZ. This time Dykstra says that he believes he has brain damage and is looking to blame the damage on the prison guards he encountered during his three-year prison...
Via Philliedelphia
November 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Lenny Dykstra suing police for $15M, claims brain damage

Former MLB outfielder Lenny Dykstra is suing Los Angeles County after he claims he was savagely beaten by several deputies during his stint in L.A. County jail. TMZ reports that Dysktra is suing for $15 million, alleging that he suffered brain damage and was beaten so badly “his teeth were broken out of his skull.” Dykstra claims in new court documents that one of the six deputies...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Lenny Dykstra: I hired private investigators to blackmail umps

Lenny Dykstra led the National League in walks with 129 in 1993. According to the three-time All-Star, it wasn’t by chance or because his eyesight suddenly improved overnight. Dykstra admitted Tuesday on FOX Sports 1’s “The Herd with Colin Cowherd” that he used to hire private investigators to track Major League Baseball umpires. The former New York Mets/Philadelphia Phillies...
Via NESN.com
October 27, 2015  |  Discuss

John Kruk: Take Curt Schilling with 'a grain of salt'

By Dan Levy If there is one person at ESPN who will never back down from commenting on a controversy, it’s the always outspoken John Kruk. While Kruk didn’t turn Curt Schilling’s absence from Sunday Night Baseball into a bigger story than it already was — Jake Arietta, an error on a hot smash in the third and the Dodgers overall lack of hits conspired to make Sunday...
Via Awful Announcing
August 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Lenny Dykstra and Mitch Williams Trade Verbal Jabs

For three seasons (1991-1993), Lenny Dykstra and Mitch Williams were teammates, playing for the Philadelphia Phillies. At the recent Philly Sports Roast, the 1993 National League champs were anything but cordial. The evening was supposed to be a laugh-filled night benefiting the Darren Daulton Foundation, but once the drinks started flowing and both Dykstra and Williams were given...
Via Hall of Very Good
May 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Lenny Dykstra biopic being developed by ‘The Blind Side’ director

The rise and fall of former major leaguer Lenny Dykstra certainly makes a good story. He was the starting center fielder of the Mets’ 1986 World Series championship team. From there, he went from the highs of leading the Phillies to the 1993 World Series and finishing second in National League MVP voting to the lows of filing for bankruptcy after building a supposed financial...
Via Awful Announcing
August 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Documentary on '86 Mets, Lenny Dykstra biopic in the works

Just when you think Hollywood has run out of original ideas…comes this. According to Variety, John Lee Hancock, director and co-screenwriter of the award-winning “The Blind Side” and 2002’s baseball feature “The Rookie”, is all set to bring former big leaguer Lenny Dykstra’s life to the silver screen. I applaud the idea (and would probably go see it… I’ve actually...
Via Hall of Very Good
August 10, 2014  |  Discuss

The Phillies Nation Top 100: #29 Lenny Dykstra

The Phillies Nation Top 100 continues today with #30. Our mission is to assess the Top 100 Phillies players of all time using impact to the Phillies, individual achievement, team achievement, traditional stats, and analytics as our criteria. The list was compiled by Ian Riccaboni and Pat Gallen with input from the rest of the Phillies Nation staff.  From this point forward, each...
Via Phillies Nation
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss
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