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Lenny Dykstra

Baseball star Lenny Dykstra was a three-time All-Star player and won the World Series with the New York Mets in 1986. Unitl four years ago, he listed his net worth at $58 million, but in 2009 he filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The filing listed liabilities at $37.1 million and assets of $24.6 million. Dykstra was also charged with bankruptcy fraud in 2010 and faces trial this summer. In the meantime, he’s serving a three-year sentence for a grand theft auto case in a California state prison. http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/mlb-big-league-stew/lenny-dykstra-sentenced-three-years-prison-223843439.html Photo: Former baseball player Lenny Dykstra, left, is led into a courtroom in San Fernando, Calif., Thursday, June 16, 2011.

Athletes Who've Lost Millions

March 30, 2012

Retired basketball star Magic Johnson recently made news with his purchase of the L.A. Dodgers for $2 billion. But not all professional athletes have maintained their fortunes. Dennis Rodman was the latest to go broke. Dozens of athletes have filed for bankruptcy, had their homes foreclosed or lost millions in other ways. Read on to see which athletes ended up broke at one point in their lives. --by Caroline Kim