Nuttiest thing to come out of Philly…since Rev. Heidnik lost a fortune on a Crazy Eddie investment!
If you were hoping Lenny Dykstra might re-schedule that sports memorabilia show appearance at the Oxford Valley Mall he blew off last weekend to participate in a celebrity boxing match in Hollywood (which he also blew off), don’t hold your breath.
The memorabilia show’s organizer Eric Poppel doesn’t want the former Phillies centerfielder back.
“I would never consider working with Dykstra again,” Poppel said in an e-mail message. “I firmly believe he has mental health issues and needs to get the proper aid.”
Poppel, who claims he’s been burned by Dykstra in the past, said he had a signed contract confirming Dykstra’s appearance at the Oxford Valley Mall event for Nov. 5-6. Then last Wednesday he found out Dykstra was scheduled to take part in the celebrity boxing match, and would not be appearing at the memorabilia show.
“I contact his minion/manager Dan Herman (a man Dykstra told Daily News gossip columnist Dan Gross was a “A starf***er” who booked the celebrity boxing gig without his consent and made up quotes in the press), who claims the boxing was supposed to be on another date,” Poppel told Phils-ville Wednesday. “He sends me a crazy e-mail how he will make this right, he’s a man of action, etc. Just another part of this Dan Herman/Lenny Dykstra game.”
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