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Pete Rose getting one of his record 4,256 hits, a mark that may never be broken.
MOST CAREER HITS (4,256)
Pete Rose has left a tarnished image on the game of baseball, but his accomplishments can never be forgotten. The one that stands out above the rest is his career hits mark of 4,256. The closest active player to that number is Derek Jeter with 3,242.
CAREER STOLEN BASES (1,270)
Ricky Henderson didn't just surpass Lou Brock's stolen base record, he shattered it. Brock's mark of 938 was viewed at the time he retired as one that would stand the test of time. Henderson, however, put a healthy amount of breathing room in between himself and Lou with 1,270. The closest active player is Juan Pierre with 582.
CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A HIT (56)
Anytime a player gets a 10-game hitting streak, he's the talk of the league. If it gets up to 20, he's highlighted on SportsCenter every night. Get to 30 and people will start to talk that maybe this is the guy. But it never goes much farther beyond that. Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hit streak is one for the ages. Although it is perhaps the most likely of all the records mentioned in this article to be broken, it may not happen any time soon.
GRAND SLAMS IN AN INNING (2)
St. Louis Cardinal Fernando Tatis didn't know that the team's trip to play the L.A. Dodgers would result in history. But in April of 1999, Tatis became the first player ever to hit two grand slams in the same inning. The blasts also broke a record for most RBI in an inning. It is possible that someone could tie his record, but the odds of someone hitting three are microscopic.