Jeter currently stands 54th on the all-time hits list with 2,718.
With his average at 208 hits for a 162-game season, that should put the shortstop at around 3,420 career base knocks, if he were to play another four years (taking into account a slow decline with age).
That total would put the Yankee in sixth place on the all-time list, behind only Pete Rose, Ty Cobb, Hank Aaron, Stan Musial and Tris Speaker, and just ahead of Carl Yastremski, Cap Anson, and Honus Wagner.
If Jeter wanted to, he could probably break Rose's record of 4,256 hits, because Rose only had 2,762 at the end of his 35-year-old season. But with the money, fame, and championships Jeter has already earned, it seems unlikely that he will play until he is 45.