Baseball is one of the most favorite games in the United States. Many legendary players have made a name for themselves in baseball, and one of them is Lenny Dykstra. The former Major League Baseball center fielder played for the New York Mets from 1985 to 1989 and Philadelphia Phillies from 1989 to 1996. He last played in 1998 retiring at the age of 35. Baseball fans are quite curious to know Lenny Dykstra bio.

Do you know anything about Lenny Dykstra married life? Who is Lenny Dykstra wife? Is he still married? Without any further delay, let’s get more details on Lenny Dykstra wife, married life, children, career, net worth, wiki, and bio.

Lenny Dykstra Married Life; Wife and Children

Talking about Lenny Dykstra married life, he is currently single. His married life was not as perfect as his profession. He had a wife named Terri Dykstra. In 1985, the ex-couple celebrated their wedding, and unfortunately, their relationships came to an end in the year 2009. They are not living together anymore.

Lenny Dykstra ex-wife
Caption: Lenny Dykstra with his ex-wife, Terri Dykstra. Photo credit:

During an interview with John Clark, he blamed ‘greedy banks’ for ruining his life. He says,

“They destroyed a 23-year marriage.”

He continues,

“We didn’t just get divorced all of a sudden. Look at the timing of it. When you’re paying $182,000 a month, every 30 days, $182,000, I don’t care who you are.”

The ex-couple had some wonderful moments together during their married life. He shares two sons with his ex-wife. His elder son, Cutter Dykstra is a baseball player. He is currently the player of Washington Nationals’ Class AAA team. He also has a grandson who was born in 2013. During the seventh round of 2014 MLB draft, Atlanta Braves drafted his younger son Luke.

How much is Lenny Dykstra Net Worth?

In 2007, Lenny Dykstra bought a property in Thousand Oaks, California for $18.5 million but in November 2010, he lost the house. In 2008, he had a net worth exceeding $58 million, but he lost everything and filed for bankruptcy. He didn’t even have the $500,000 required for his bail.

After spending three years in prison, he is now a free man. But he is one of the few celebrities who have their net worth on the negative. Lenny Dykstra net worth is estimated to be -$25 million.

Lenny was a fantastic Major League Baseball player. However, his personal and financial life was full of trouble. He suffered injuries, and the controversies and his actions destroyed his life.

Lenny Dykstra Career

Talking about his professional career, Lenny Dykstra kicked off his career with New York Mets. In 1981, New York Mets signed him in a 13th round draft pick. At the beginning of his career, he played exceptionally well when New York Mets hired him. He hit .358 with 8 HR, 105 stolen bases, 107 walks but only 35 strikeouts. He later became one of the most demanding players of baseball.

Caption: Lenny shares some of his photos from his younger days.

Lenny played with the New York Mets for four seasons. After quitting his career with New York Jets, he then went to play for Philadelphia Phillies. Unfortunately, while playing for Philadelphia, he wasn’t able to participate in several seasons. He got caught up in an accidental injury while driving drunk. His career came to an end in 1996. His career stats are very impressive and inspirable for the youngsters. He has a batting average of .285, home runs with 81, runs batted in 404. Lenny has also been honored with many awards.

Lenny Dykstra Wiki-Bio; Age, Ethnicity, Nationality and more

In 1963, Leonard Kyle Dykstra was born in Santa Ana, California, United States. Lenny celebrates his birthday on 11th February. People professionally know him as Lenny Dykstra. He was born to Marilyn Dykstra-Decenzo and Dennis Dykstra. He has five siblings, Brian, Kevin, Johna, Brenda, and Danna. Lenny is American and belongs to the white ethnicity.

As of now, Lenny is 55 years old. His zodiac sign is Aquarius. Lenny has an average body with a height of 5 feet 10 inches. To connect with his fans, he uses Instagram and Twitter.