BOSTON - On the afternoon of Sept. 28, 2014, Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter played his last baseball game.

His 20-year career, all spent with the Yankees, came to end with an infield single against Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchhold at Fenway Park.

Jeter finished in the top 10 on Major League Baseball’s career leaders in three statistical categories. Here are those lists.

HITS

1. Pete Rose: 4,256

2. Ty Cobb: 4,191

3. Hank Aaron: 3,771

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4. Stan Musial: 3,630

5. Tris Speaker: 3,515

6. Derek Jeter: 3,465

7. Honus Wagner: 3,430

8. Carl Yastrzemski: 3,419

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9. Paul Molitor: 3,319

10. Eddie Collins: 3,314

AT-BATS

1. Pete Rose: 14,053

2. Hank Aaron: 12,364

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3. Carl Yastrzemski: 11,988

4. Cal Ripken: 11,551

5. Ty Cobb: 11,429

6. Eddie Murray: 11,336

7. Derek Jeter: 11,195

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8. Robin Yount: 11,008

9. Dave Winfield: 11,003

10. Stan Musial: 10,972

RUNS

1. Rickey Henderson: 2,295

2. Ty Cobb: 2,246

3. Barry Bonds: 2,227

4. Hank Aaron: 2,174

4. Babe Ruth: 2,174

6. Pete Rose: 2,165

7. Willie Mays: 2,062

8. Stan Musial: 1,949

9. Derek Jeter: 1,923

10. Alex Rodriguez: 1,919

Jeter’s final career stats (career rank)

Games played: 2,747 (26th)

At-bats: 11,195 (7th)

Runs: 1,923 (9th)

Average: .309 (77th - tied)

Hits: 3,465 (6th)

Total bases: 4,921 (21st)

Doubles: 544 (29th)

Triples: 66 (433rd - tied)

Home runs: 260 (189th - tied)

RBI: 1,311 (104th - tied)

Walks: 1,082 (85th)

Strikeouts: 1,840 (85th)

Stolen bases: 358 (103rd)

Caught stealing: 97 (126th - tied)

On-base percentage: .377 (128th - tied)

Slugging percentage: .440 (296th - tied)

OPS: .817 (212th - tied)