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Lets compare Mr.Jeter to Mr.Rose through there 1720 games.

 

Players G....... AB......R...H...2B...3B...HR..RBI...SB....CS..BA..OBP..SLG

Jeter 1720 6957 1303 2211 357 51 186 884 253 67 .318 .390 .464

Rose 1720 7006 1125 2184 358 84 115 655 95 86 .312 .376 .436

 

 

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Lets compare Mr.Jeter to Mr.Rose through there 1720 games.

 

Players G....... AB......R...H...2B...3B...HR..RBI...SB....CS..BA..OBP..SLG

Jeter 1720 6957 1303 2211 357 51 186 884 253 67 .318 .390 .464

Rose 1720 7006 1125 2184 358 84 115 655 95 86 .312 .376 .436

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I admit Jeter's **ahem** good but it took Jeter 11+ seasons to get to those 1720 games that Rose reached in 9. They are both on par in their ages considering that Jeter reached 1720 games in his 33rd year while Rose did the same. Rose also had 699 hits after the age of 40, playing until 45.

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I admit Jeter's **ahem** good but it took Jeter 11+ seasons to get to those 1720 games that Rose reached in 9. They are both on par in their ages considering that Jeter reached 1720 games in his 33rd year while Rose did the same. Rose also had 699 hits after the age of 40, playing until 45.

Damn Steroids. :ph34r:

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I admit Jeter's **ahem** good but it took Jeter 11+ seasons to get to those 1720 games that Rose reached in 9. They are both on par in their ages considering that Jeter reached 1720 games in his 33rd year while Rose did the same. Rose also had 699 hits after the age of 40, playing until 45.

nit picky and pointless.

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Barry Bonds?

 

Steroids or not, the guy was a great hitter.

well, thats why I said arguably...Manny should be in consideration as well...but Im not sure if Id classify Bonds as being in Jeters generation....he was playing in the big leagues for 10 years before jeter was called up

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One of the best of his generation from mid 90s to now, I can agree to that. He definitely won the shortstop battle and has continued his dominance at the position. Statistically, he was never the best shortstop and I'd still take Nomar's best seasons over Jeter's but his continued ability and improvement is a testament to his skill as a baseball player. There have been so many good players in the 90s though.

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