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Lenny Dykstra: 'I Put HGH In My Cereal'

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Lenny Dykstra has nothing to hide.

The former Philadelphia Phillie and three-time all-star has admitted to using performance enhancing drugs during his career, but on Tuesday’s  94 more words

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Lenny Dykstra Says He Put HGH 'In My Cereal'

Lenny Dykstra is always willing to talk about pretty much every subject whether you want him to or not. Tuesday afternoon on The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Dykstra was his usual, brash, loquacious self, opining about his use of performance-enhancing drugs. 154 more words


Lenny Dykstra Put HGH in His Cereal

We know a lot of you guys aren’t Colin Cowherd fans, but whenever he has Lenny Dykstra on it’s pretty much a must-watch segment.

Lenny last appeared on Colin’s show back in October, and dropped a gem about blackmailing umpires to increase his walk totals — an ingenious move that statistics seem to back. 121 more words


Lenny Dykstra claims he used to put HGH in his cereal

According to Lenny Dykstra, his breakfast came with more than just a side of toast.

In an appearance on The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Dykstra said that he used to put the banned substance HGH “in my cereal man.” 195 more words


Joining Twitter the classiest thing Lenny Dykstra has done in years

Lenny Dykstra, famed member of the 1993 Philadelphia Phillies that stole the heart of the city on their fabled run to the Word Series, joined Twitter yesterday in what was certainly the classiest course of action he’s taken in years. 208 more words


Lenny Dykstra Joined Twitter In The Most Lenny Dykstra Way Possible

Lenny Dykstra was a no-nonsense, fan-favorite and three-time All-Star during during a 12-year career in Major League Baseball who then parlayed his big-league career into success as a financial advisor to athletes. 120 more words


Sidd Finch: The Backstory

“There’s no single sport that has the hold on our dreams and fantasies the way baseball does. Sidd has become a symbol, like the cornfield in Iowa.” 3,276 more words