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Saturday, May 26, 2012
Scoot over, George


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