Saturday, April 25, 2015

How to buy Dykstra's Phillie NL Champ, World Series rings

Lenny Dykstra's Phillies and Mets champ rings are for sale as creditors try to collect his mansion loans and other debts.

How to buy Dykstra's Phillie NL Champ, World Series rings

Lenny Dykstra's pawnbroker has asked an auction house to sell some of his baseball memorabilia, appraised at $35,000. Won't cover the millions he owes in bankruptcy proceedings. Kids, don't let this happen to you.

$3,500 is minimum bid for his 1993 Phillies National League Champion ring. $17,000 for his 1986 Mets World Series Championship ring. All Star rings. World Series trophy. See Heritage Auction Galleries listings here.

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PhillyDeals posts raw drafts and updates of Joseph N. DiStefano's columns and stories about Philly-area finance, investment, commercial real estate, tech, hiring and public spending, which he's been writing since 1989, mostly for the Philadelphia Inquirer.

DiStefano studied economics, history and a little engineering at Penn, taught writing at St. Joe's, and has written the book Comcasted, more than a thousand columns, and thousands of articles, and raised six children with his wife, who is a saint.

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