Lenny Dykstra: The man who boasted about his planes and fleet of vehicles and the house he bought from Wayne Gretzky is officially broke.”Federal court documents show Dykstra filed for Chapter 11 status on Tuesday. He listed assets of $50,000 or less and liabilities of between $10 million and $50 million.” That’s a wide range of liabilities, huh? Another victory for ESPN’s Mike Fish. Lenny’s next stop: Jail? And before you ask, no, there isn’t a good pic of the 1986 topps card that everyone has triples of.
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