Now I may not be some big-city financier, but Lenny Dykstra had me at "The steroid issue really isn't relevant right now. ... But [Jim] Cramer's been the only guy that's been correct. ... I'm 168-0 right now."
It was from outside a bankruptcy hearing a couple weeks back, but it still doesn't make sense. At least it doesn't to me any more than Blago with a cheek full of Skoal, or Slugworth with hands full o' licorice, would. Any big-city financiers care to explain in humanspeak? Comments are now open.
(The CNBC video went flaky overnight. Seems like it's still working now.)
If I might interject a question, Lenny: Where'd you get that suit?
Dykstra Bankruptcy Trustee Steps Down [WSJ]
Jim Cramer was Wrong About Lenny Dykstra, Everything Else [Deadspin]
Book Claims Lenny Dykstra Received Secretly Issued Stock In Exchange For Recommendation [Sporting News]
(H/T Sean Morris)