How Derek Jeter Will Continue His Assault on the MLB Record Books

BR StudiosFeatured ColumnistApril 10, 2014

The 2014 MLB season is Derek Jeter's 20th and final season after announcing his retirement in spring training. Throughout his storied pinstriped career, he has made a name for himself, reaching milestones such as 3,000 hits and winning five World Series.

Yet, entering his last campaign, there were still plenty of milestones left to reach for Jeter. Here are the numbers he was chasing on his final Opening Day.

Mike O'Hara takes us through the numbers Jeter can reach to make history and cement himself as not only one of the all-time Yankee greats, but all-time greats in MLB history.

All stats courtesy of Baseball-Reference.

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