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Saturday December 20th 2014

Derek Jeter Catches Hank Aaron’s Hit Record

Jeter has been writing his name in the history books for a while now, and after a RBI ground-rule double today against the Blue Jays, he found himself there once again. 

The two-bagger was The Captain's second hit of the game, and it put him at exactly 150 on the year. This was the 17th straight season in which Jeter has reached the 150-hit plateau, tying him with Hall of Famer Hank Aaron for the most all time. 

Jeter's streak started in 1996, in which he brought home Rookie of the Year honors and the first of his many World Series titles. He is currently signed through the 2013 season with a player option for '14, which gives him the chance to break the tie between him and Aaron. 

Aaron's streak started in his second ...

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