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Sources: Former Phillies Outfielder Lenny Dykstra To Be Released From Jail

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Lenny Dykstra is seen in this 1997 Associated Press photo. (AP Photo) Lenny Dykstra is seen in this 1997 Associated Press photo. (AP Photo)

FOX 29's Howard Eskin has learned former Phillies outfielder Lenny Dykstra is expected to be released from a Los Angeles County jail Thursday.

Dykstra was sentenced in May of 2011 for bank fraud and grand theft auto.

The former Phillies MVP served a little less than two years of his three-year sentence.

Sources within the Dykstra family tell Eskin the former outfielder will be placed on supervised release and will enter a rehab program.

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