Former Phillies 'mates Dykstra, Williams in mall dust-up

A screen grab shows a recent interaction between former Phillies Lenny Dykstra and Mitch Williams.

A screen grab shows a recent interaction between former Phillies Lenny Dykstra and Mitch Williams.

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, Last Updated: 1:41 PM ET

Lenny Dykstra never fully forgave former Philadelphia Phillies left-handed pitcher Mitch Williams for serving up the bomb Toronto’s Joe Carter blasted to win Game 6 and claim the 1993 World Series.

"He put me through (torture)," Dykstra told a Philly NBC affiliate two years ago. "The guy hit barrel after barrel. He lost the World Series."

Apparently, “Wild Thing” Williams isn’t interested in hearing any of Dykstra’s apologies.

According to multiple reports, Williams and Dykstra had a brief brouhaha over the weekend at a mall just outside Philadelphia, where the two teamed up for three seasons during the 1990s.

But when Dykstra put out his hand to greet Williams, Wild Thing reportedly slapped it away before hostility ensued.

“All you do is run your f---ing head,” Williams is heard telling Dykstra in a video clip posted to YouTube.

Along with former teammate Darren Daulton, who reportedly had to step between Dykstra and Williams, the pair were attending an autograph signing when the trio came together for a mini reunion that ended in Dykstra's name once again grabbing headlines for all the wrong reasons. 

Dykstra pleaded guilty last year to multiple felonies, including bankruptcy fraud and money laundering before serving a six-month prison term.

The three-time all-star centre fielder has fallen on hard times of late, filing bankruptcy and being charged with drug possession and car theft.


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