Dykstra, who faced up to a four-year sentence, must serve his time in state prison. He had pleaded no contest to grand theft auto and filing a false financial statement in connection with a scheme to use somebody else's paperwork to steal or lease several new cars, according to court records.No more a financial guru than he was a baseball genius. (Or a courtroom guru ... trying to withdraw a "Nolo" long after it was made?)
March 05, 2012
Leny Dykstra: Financial guru?
Who knew? But, the Los Angeles Times, calls Dyskstra, aka "Nails," by exactly that phrase: