Lenny Dykstra: Checking in on that giant fraud … “When not in court, the retired center fielder spends most of his time in his living room staring at two flat-screen computer monitors, firing off e-mails to people involved in his case, plotting a financial comeback and chugging Red Bull energy drinks … Dykstra said he moved into the apartment last winter after living for months in various odd spots including an airplane hangar … ‘I was a wanderer, dude. I was like Gandhi,'” Dykstra said. [LA Times]
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