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The 3,000-hit club

The 28 with 3,000 hits

Player Years Hits

Pete Rose'63-86 4,256

Ty Cobb '05-28 4,189

Hank Aaron '54-76 3,771

Stan Musial * '41-63 3,630

Tris Speaker '07-28 3,514

Cap Anson 1871-97 3,435

Honus Wagner 1897-1917 3,420

Carl Yastrzemski * '61-83 3,419

Paul Molitor '78-98 3,319

Eddie Collins '06-30 3,315

Willie Mays '51-73 3,283

Eddie Murray '77-97 3,255

Nap Lajoie 1896-1916 3,242

Cal Ripken * '81-2001 3,184

George Brett * '73-93 3,154

Paul Waner '26-45 3,152

Robin Yount * '74-93 3,142

Tony Gwynn * '82-2001 3,141

Dave Winfield '73-95 3,110

Craig Biggio *'88-20073,060

Rickey Henderson'79-20033,055

Rod Carew '67-85 3,053

Lou Brock '61-79 3,023

Rafael Palmeiro '86-2005 3,020

Wade Boggs '82-99 3,010

Al Kaline * '53-74 3,007

Derek Jeter * '95- 3,003

Roberto Clemente *'55-72 3,000

* All hits came with one team

The next to 3,000?

Active players with at least 2,500 hits:

Players Team Age Hits

Ivan Rodriguez Was. 39 2,842

Omar Vizquel CWS 44 2,831

Alex Rodriguez NYY 35 2,762

Johnny Damon TB 37 2,663

Chipper Jones Atl. 39 2,565

Vladimir Guerrero Bal. 36 2,513

The 3,000-hit club 07/09/11 [Last modified: Saturday, July 9, 2011 10:34pm]
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