They are saying Lenny got off easy.
It could have been a lot worse.
Baseball legend Lenny Dykstra has been sentenced to three years in California state prison in his grand theft auto case.
The former New York Mets outfielder had asked the judge to allow him to change his plea last week — from “no contest” to “not guilty” — but the judge refused to allow it today.
Lenny entered the “no contest” plea back in October as part of a plea deal — copping to three counts of felony grand theft auto and one count of submitting false statements to a financial institution. 21 other charges against him were dismissed.
Lenny was accused of leasing luxury cars from an L.A. dealership with fraudulent paperwork. Drug charges were also filed in the case.