– Lenny Dykstra (@LennyDykstra) January 8, 2019
"It's actually pretty funny how it happened, days after," Escobar said. "When I had the accident, I was with my friend.As this was my first accident, I did not know what to do." had not had my friend, I probably would not have known what to do first.He went out to see the damage and I stayed in the car, actually for 30 minutes until my mother came , "did she say. As she was sitting in the car, Escobar said, "This man comes to my window and I drop it for him. I do not remember exactly what he said, but it was something like this:" Hello, I'm calling Lenny, I called the police to take pictures of the accident and a license plate for you. "I introduced myself and asked him his name. He said: "Lenny Dykstra, I was playing baseball for the Mets." "Concerned, Escobar said that she was smiling, then the police arrived. "After thinking about the accident, I told my family that the man who had helped me said that he was playing baseball, but I did not remember it anymore. her name, "she said. The next day, Escobar informed him that his mother had shown him his Tweet and his video. Looking at the video on Twitter, Escobar said, "Here we are, there was my car behind Lenny Dykstra, who was talking about helping me.As I'm only 18, I did not know who he was. was, but I was practically informed by members of my family about his career.I am very grateful for his presence and his calm, I contact him to tell him how grateful I am and he only answers me by nice words, okay, "she said. Dykstra, the famous candle called "Nails" that led the Mets and Phillies to the World Series, has been in the headlines in recent years with legal trouble; more recently he was loaded in May 2018 Police said that the man who hit the big circuits and boosted both championship baseball teams also had coke and MDMA, police said. Here are some videos of Dykstra's achievements as a Met and Phillie:
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