Scoot over, George

May, 26, 2012
5/26/12
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OAKLAND, Calif. -- Two innings after leapfrogging Paul Waner for 15th on the all-time hit list, Derek Jeter moved into a tie for 14th place with George Brett, bunting for a base hit.

Jeter, who came around to score the Yankees' fifth run on Mark Teixeira's two-run single, now has 3,154 career hits.

Here is the updated top 20:
1.) Pete Rose: 4,256
2.) Ty Cobb: 4189
3.) Hank Aaron: 3,771
4.) Stan Musial: 3,630
5.) Tris Speaker: 3,514
6.) Carl Yastrzemski: 3,419
7.) Honus Wagner: 3,415
8.) Paul Molitor: 3,319
9.) Eddie Collins: 3,315
10.) Willie Mays: 3,283
11.) Eddie Murray: 3,255
12.) Nap Lajoie: 3,242
13.) Cal Ripken, Jr.: 3,184
14.) George Brett: 3,154
14.) Derek Jeter: 3,154
16.) Paul Waner: 3,152
17.) Robin Yount: 3,142
18.) Tony Gwynn: 3,141
19.) Dave Winfield: 3,110
20.) Craig Biggio: 3,060
Wallace Matthews has covered New York sports since 1983 as a reporter, columnist, radio host and TV commentator. He covers the Yankees for ESPNNewYork.com after working for Newsday, the New York Post, the New York Sun and ESPN New York 98.7 FM.
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TEAM LEADERS

WINS LEADER
Masahiro Tanaka
WINS ERA SO IP
12 2.51 135 129
OTHER LEADERS
BAJ. Ellsbury .282
HRM. Teixeira 17
RBIM. Teixeira 48
RB. Gardner 64
OPSB. Gardner .789
ERAM. Tanaka 2.51
SOM. Tanaka 135