Nicknamed "Nails" for his toughness and grit, Lenny Dykstra approached the game of baseball with mythic intensity. In his decade in the majors (1985-1996), he was named to three All-Star teams and played in two of the most memorable World Series of the modern era: winning the championship with the 1986 New York Mets, and the 1993 World Series with the Philadelphia Phillies. Postbaseball he threw his energies into several businesses, but when the real estate bubble burst, Lenny lost everything, eventually serving two and a half years for bankruptcy fraud. An epic tale of winning big and losing it all, House of Nails is the eagerly anticipated first-hand account of a most remarkable American life.
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