New Series —- Classic Athletes In No Particular Order
We’re starting a new series that gives credit to the best athletes of the past. They are not necessarily the most talented, but they brought something different to each team, and they will be recognized. If you have any suggestions, leave them in the comments section!
Lenny Dykstra of the New York Mets 1985-1989.
I just finished “The Bad Guys Won” by Jeff Pearlman which chronicles the 1986 New York Mets season. If you haven’t read this book before, it is a must read for any baseball or sports fan. The characters and stories from this season are so absurd it’s tough to believe this is non fiction. Lenny Dykstra was one of the craziest of the bunch, and thus he is our inaugural “Classic Athlete” 

New Series —- Classic Athletes In No Particular Order

We’re starting a new series that gives credit to the best athletes of the past. They are not necessarily the most talented, but they brought something different to each team, and they will be recognized. If you have any suggestions, leave them in the comments section!

Lenny Dykstra of the New York Mets 1985-1989.

I just finished “The Bad Guys Won” by Jeff Pearlman which chronicles the 1986 New York Mets season. If you haven’t read this book before, it is a must read for any baseball or sports fan. The characters and stories from this season are so absurd it’s tough to believe this is non fiction. Lenny Dykstra was one of the craziest of the bunch, and thus he is our inaugural “Classic Athlete” 

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