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Morning Links: It's Been A Rough Month For Lenny Dykstra

In today's edition of the morning links we check in on "the dude," rejoice for Guatemala, look at Cliff Lee's season so far and find out why Pat Croce is getting $2 million from the remnants of Lehman Brothers.

Ex-Met Lenny Dykstra Pleads Not Guilty to Federal Bankruptcy Fraud Charges - Bloomberg
This is one of those times that it's cool he's referred to as "Ex-Met" Lenny Dykstra.

Carlos Ruiz's Goal Sends Guatemala Into Quarterfinals of 2011 Gold Cup - Brotherly Game
El Pescadito is on target as Guatemala advance in the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Former NBA Owner Pat Croce Wins $2 Million Securities Dispute - Deal Journal - WSJ
The Philadelphia 76ers may have been bounced out of the NBA playoffs early. But one of the basketball team’s former owners, Pat Croce, lasted long enough to win big money ruling from the collapse of Lehman Brothers.

MLB: Analyzing Cliff Lee's mediocre start to the 2011 season - ESPN
Ben Jedlovec of Baseball Info Solutions analyzes Cliff Lee's mediocre start to the 2011 season, taking into account his increased strikeouts, increased walks and the Phillies' subpar infield defense.

Buster Olney | Twitter
Rival evaluator says the Phillies are already looking at right-handed hitting outfielders. Speculation: Josh Willingham, Michael Cuddyer?