Baseball star turned celebrity investor turned inmate Lenny Dykstra left prison in June and is back in the autograph game.
As a refresher, Dykstra got into trading and became something of a celebrity stock picker after leaving baseball. He started “Players Club,” a magazine geared toward high-minded jocks.
The failed enterprise took him under, and he filed for bankruptcy
His home — once Wayne Gretzky’s $US17.5 million mansion — went to auction.
The ex-Mets star ended up serving 15 months of a three-year sentence for grand theft auto and hiding baseball gloves and other items from his basebally days that were absent from his bankruptcy filing.
But now he’s a free man.