About Lenny Dykstra Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
A former Major League Baseball outfielder, Lenny Dykstra was born in Sta. Ana California that is also known as Nails on February 10, 1963. He played for the New York Mets for four years from 1985 to 1989 and seven years for the Philadelphia Phillies from 1989 to 1996.
Dykstra had achieved lots of accomplishments within his career, he started the All Star Game on 1990, he was able to finished fourth in a batting average, in the month of June that year, and he was able to bat over 400. In 1993, in the National League East they proficiently returned to the top. With 773 plate appearances, setting a Major League record, he was able to play in 161 games and made the Lenny Dykstra autographed ""Nails"" baseball an important item. Faced with the Toronto Blue Jays, into the World Series, Dykstra’s spark had led his team leading to the recognition of Lenny Dykstra autographed ""Nails"" baseball.
His last game was in the 1996 season. Dykstra’s injuries had weighed down his career. He retired at the age of 35, but before he retired, he had launched an attempt of a one final comeback in the 1998 Spring Training. Since his retirement, he stayed in Simi Valley California and run his growing car wash business. But his name still reigned in the football world, he was said to be mentioned as a possible coach manager in the Mets, his original team. Some of Dykstra’s sports stuffs and memorabilia just like the signed baseballs, 8x10 photos and the Lenny Dykstra autographed ""Nails"" baseball can be availed at Sportsmemorabilia.com.