Top 10 all time mlb hit leaders

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This information lists the MLB all-time leaders in career hits: it offers each player’s hits, at-bats (AB), batting average, season-high, and active period.

Among people MLB gamers rated within the top twenty-five in career hits, two have accomplished more than 4,000 hits and all twenty-five have accomplished more than 3,000 hits. Career batting earnings of individuals twenty-five gamers vary from .276 to .367. Twenty-one of them gamers had careers lasting more than 20 years and 7 spent all from the careers with only one team. No active gamers decided to get this list.

1. MLB All-Time Leaders: Career Hits – Pete Rose

Hits: 4,256
AB: 14,053
Batting Average: .303
Season-high: 230 (1973)

Active Period: Cincinnati Yellows (1963-1978, 1984-1986) Philadelphia Phillies (1979-1983) Montreal Expos (1984)

2. MLB All-Time Leaders: Career Hits – Ty Cobb

Hits: 4,191
AB: 11,429
Batting Average: .367
Season-high: 248 (1911)

Active Period: Detroit Tigers (1905-1926) Philadelphia Athletics (1927-1928)

3. MLB All-Time Leaders: Career Hits – Hank Aaron

Hits: 3,771
AB: 12,364
Batting Average: .305
Season-high: 223 (1959)

Active Period: Milwaukee Braves (1954-1965) Atlanta Braves (1966-1974) Milwaukee Machines (1975-1976)

4. MLB All-Time Leaders: Career Hits – Stan Musial

Hits: 3,630
AB: 10,972
Batting Average: .331
Season-high: 230 (1948)

Active Period: St. Louis Cardinals (1941-1963)

5. MLB All-Time Leaders: Career Hits – Tris Speaker

Hits: 3,514
AB: 10,195
Batting Average: .345
Season-high: 222 (1912)

Active Period: Boston Red-colored-colored-colored Sox (1907-1915) Cleveland Indians (1916-1926) Washington Senators (1927) Philadelphia Athletics (1928)

6. MLB All-Time Leaders: Career Hits – Carl Yastrzemski

Hits: 3,419
AB: 11,988
Batting Average: .285
Season-high: 191 (1962)

Active Period: Boston Red-colored-colored-colored Sox (1961-1983)

7. MLB All-Time Leaders: Career Hits – Cap Anson

Hits: 3,418
AB: 10,278
Batting Average: .333
Season-high: 187 (1886)

Active Period: Rockford Forest Citys (1871) Philadelphia Athletics (1872-1875) Chicago Whitened-colored Tights (1876-1889) Chicago Colts (1890-1897)

8. MLB All-Time Leaders: Career Hits – Honus Wagner

Hits: 3,415
AB: 10,430
Batting Average: .327
Season-high: 201 (1900 and 1908)

Active Period: Louisville Colonels (1897-1899) Pittsburgh Pirates (1900-1917)

9. MLB All-Time Leaders: Career Hits – Paul Molitor

Hits: 3,319
AB: 10,835
Batting Average: .306
Season-high: 225 (1996)

Active Period: Milwaukee Machines (1978-1992) Toronto Blue Jays (1993-1995) Minnesota Twins (1996-1998)

10. MLB All-Time Leaders: Career Hits – Eddie Collins

Hits: 3,315
AB: 9,949
Batting Average: .333
Season-high: 224 (1920)

Active Period: Philadelphia Athletics (1906-1914, 1927-1930) Chicago Whitened-colored Sox (1915-1926)

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