• Derek Jeter Can Break Pete Rose’s Record In 2014!

    Posted by on January 1st, 2014 · Comments (0)

    No, not that record.

    It’s the record for most seasons in MLB history with 179+ hits in a season.  Coming into 2014, the Captain and Charlie Hustle are tied with 15 seasons each:

    Rk Yrs From To Age
    1 Derek Jeter 15 1996 2012 22-38 Ind. Seasons
    2 Pete Rose 15 1965 1980 24-39 Ind. Seasons
    3 Ty Cobb 14 1907 1924 20-37 Ind. Seasons
    4 Stan Musial 13 1943 1956 22-35 Ind. Seasons
    5 Sam Rice 12 1919 1930 29-40 Ind. Seasons
    6 Ichiro Suzuki 11 2001 2011 27-37 Ind. Seasons
    7 Lou Brock 11 1964 1974 25-35 Ind. Seasons
    8 Hank Aaron 11 1955 1967 21-33 Ind. Seasons
    9 Paul Waner 11 1926 1937 23-34 Ind. Seasons
    10 Lou Gehrig 10 1926 1937 23-34 Ind. Seasons
    11 Al Simmons 10 1924 1936 22-34 Ind. Seasons
    12 George Sisler 10 1917 1929 24-36 Ind. Seasons
    13 Eddie Collins 10 1909 1924 22-37 Ind. Seasons
    14 Sam Crawford 10 1902 1915 22-35 Ind. Seasons
    15 Miguel Cabrera 9 2005 2013 22-30 Ind. Seasons
    16 Albert Pujols 9 2001 2010 21-30 Ind. Seasons
    17 Wade Boggs 9 1983 1991 25-33 Ind. Seasons
    18 Billy Williams 9 1962 1972 24-34 Ind. Seasons
    19 Doc Cramer 9 1933 1943 27-37 Ind. Seasons
    20 Charlie Gehringer 9 1928 1937 25-34 Ind. Seasons
    21 Pie Traynor 9 1923 1933 24-34 Ind. Seasons
    22 Goose Goslin 9 1923 1936 22-35 Ind. Seasons
    23 Tris Speaker 9 1910 1923 22-35 Ind. Seasons
    Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Play Index Tool Used
    Generated 1/1/2014.

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