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Thursday July 31st 2014

Does Derek Jeter’s Throwback Year Return Dream of Catching Rose’s 4,256 Hits?

Rose sees you, Derek Jeter.

Jeter isn't looking like a 38-year-old player this season. Typically, 38-year-olds don't hit .326, and they certainly don't lead the league in hits. The New York Yankees' ageless shortstop is doing both at the moment.

Jeter already has more hits this season than he had in all of 2011, a year in which he finally crossed the 3,000-hit plateau. That now feels like ancient history, as Jeter is sitting on 3,255 career hits and is quickly moving up the rankings on the list of players with the most hits in baseball history.

The man at the top is watching Jeter's ascent very closely.

Rose, whose 4,256 career hits still top the charts, told The New York Times recently that he never misses a chance ...

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