Dykstra was one of the most memorable players to suit up for the New York Mets in the 1980s and was part of the Amazins’ incredible 1986 World Series team. But after he left baseball, his life got sad and weird. Dykstra, or “Nails,” bought a chain of car washes that he later sold to start his own investment magazine, The Players Club. After the magazine failed, he began an investing firm, Nails Investments, which was rather successful — for a while. Even “Mad Money’s” Jim Cramer said that Dykstra was “one of the great ones in the [investing] business.” By 2009, however, he ran into serious financial difficulties: he filed for bankruptcy and was forced to sell just about everything, including his house and even his World Series ring. But by 2010, Nails Investments was back. Today, it’s still operating, but we imagine there are better financial advisers out there.