Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Failed Investment Guy Lenny Dykstra Did Show Flashes Of Creativity

To get a true picture of Mr. Dykstra you must skim Bess Levin's headlines at DealBreaker:
Legendary Investor Lenny Dykstra Is Somehow Running Low On Cash 
Legendary Investor Lenny Dykstra Will Sign “Anything” You Want This Weekend (And He Does Mean “Anything”) 
Lenny Dykstra Officially Out Of Prison, Could Really Use That Financial Consulting Gig 
Prosecutors Want Jim Cramer-Endorsed Investor Lenny Dykstra To Do Thirty Months In Jail 
Lenny Dykstra Takes Page From Jim Cramer’s Playabook, Endorses Charlie Sheen As A “F*cking Genius” 
Lenny Dykstra Drops Case Against JPMorgan 
Lenny Dykstra Denies Bouncing Check To Hooker
and dozens more.

Anyway, here's the latest from The Volokh Conspiracy at the Washington Post:
Disgraced former baseball player Lenny Dykstra, who played center field for the Philadelphia Phillies and the New York Mets, apparently developed an innovative way to get on base: Blackmail umpires. From 
Dykstra admitted while being interviewed, with no provocation, that he used half a million dollars to hire a private investigation team to get dirt on umpires, including extramarital affairs and gambling, that he would then use to shrink his personal strike zone. 
“It wasn’t a coincidence I led the league in walks the next few years, was it?”
As I said, flashes of creativity. But enough of that, back to DealBreaker:
Lenny Dykstra Scoffs At Accusations He Sexually Assaulted His Housekeeper, Maintains Good Luck Streak