As of April 24, 2009, thestreet.com stopped offering Lenny Dykstra's option picking service called Nails on the Numbers which specialized in deep in the money calls. Thestreet.com still offers this niche in option picking with known option trader Pete Najarian of optionmonster.com fame.
The service is called Deep in the Money Calls and the last time I checked they were offering a free 14 day trial.
A big reason that thestreet.com dropped the service is that Lenny Dykstra was in economic trouble. You may recall word in late 2008 and 2009 that Lenny Dykstra was in financial difficulty.
He had offered some of his sports memorabilia for sale on Ebay to raise cash. He filed for bankruptcy in July 2009.
Nails on the Numbers was a reference to Lenny Dykstra's nickname of "Nails" when he played in the Majors with the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies for his fearless play and personality.
At one point, the Nails on the Numbers service claimed to have an 86-0 success rate. If this is true and if each achieved just 100% return he could have been a multi-billionaire with an initial investment of $1,000.00 and parlaying each successive pick.