Blow Out Sale: All Lenny Dykstra Memorabilia Must Go

If you haven’t heard, Lenny Dykstra is a little strapped for cash these days. He is said to have less than $50,000 of assets and and between $10 million and $50 million of liabilities. So as you can see, Dykstra’s money is looking real funny.

The word on the street is Lenny has found a way to make a little cash to help pay off his liabilities. And it involves basically selling his entire baseball career away. Well, at least the memorabilia from it.

Cash-strapped Lenny Dykstra’s latest money-grab comes with a familiar ring to it.

The bankrupt ex-ballplayer is auctioning off memorabilia from across his storied 12-year career – including his diamond and gold 1986 World Series championship ring.

This sparkling reminder of when the Mets were actually good is valued at $20,000. And just in case you’ve been stockpiling cash waiting for an ex-professional player to experience some hard times, here’s what else is priced to moved.

Among the other items up for sale at Heritage Auction Galleries:

– Dykstra’s replica World Championship trophy, a foot-tall “glorious, glittering prize” inscribed with his name.

– Dykstra’s home run ball that won game three of the 1986 National League Championship Series.

– His 1990, 1994 and 1995 All-Star Game rings.

D*#n Nails, d*#n.

Lenny Dykstra to hock Mets 1986 World Series ring to raise money for debts  (New York Daily News)

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