MLB Baseball Team Hits Leaders

Name the career hits leader for each Major League baseball team.
Players currently active with their team in bold
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Last updated: September 29, 2020
First submittedJanuary 18, 2013
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Hits
Team
Player
3,900
Tigers
Ty Cobb
3,630
Cardinals
Stan Musial
3,600
Braves
Hank Aaron
3,465
Yankees
Derek Jeter
3,419
Red Sox
Carl Yastrzemski
3,358
Reds
Pete Rose
3,187
Giants
Willie Mays
3,184
Orioles
Cal Ripken
3,154
Royals
George Brett
3,142
Brewers
Robin Yount
3,141
Padres
Tony Gwynn
3,060
Astros
Craig Biggio
3,012
Cubs
Cap Anson
3,000
Pirates
Roberto Clemente
2,889
Twins/Senators
Sam Rice
Hits
Team
Player
2,804
Dodgers
Zack Wheat
2,749
White Sox
Luke Appling
2,542
Mariners
Ichiro Suzuki
2,519
Rockies
Todd Helton
2,368
Angels
Garret Anderson
2,306
Phillies
Jimmy Rollins
2,230
Rangers
Michael Young
2,046
Indians
Nap Lajoie
1,882
Athletics
Bert Campaneris
1,784
Nationals
Ryan Zimmerman
1,777
Mets
David Wright
1,583
Blue Jays
Tony Fernandez
1,480
Rays
Carl Crawford
1,337
Diamondbacks
Luis Gonzalez
1,273
Marlins
Luis Castillo
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Level 65
Feb 28, 2014
the answer for the Blue Jays will only accept the full name and not just the last like all the others
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Level 67
Aug 21, 2014
Had the same problem.
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Level ∞
Sep 29, 2014
This has been fixed. Thanks.
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Level 50
Feb 26, 2018
Soon the Nats will have to be changed to Ryan Zimmerman.
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Level 69
May 3, 2018
This was much harder for me than the home run quiz. Some surprises on here.
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Level 79
Jan 16, 2020
I can't believe that until this moment, I've never heard of Zack Wheat. All-time Dodgers leading hit-getter? Seriously? Gotta look him up to find out what era he played in. Sounds like he could be from when they were the Brooklyn Robins.

Shocked the Twins/Senators guy wasn't either Rod Carew or Harmon Killebrew. I guess Carew got a big chunk with the Angels and Killer hit more for power than for average.