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Jeter still movin' on up

Derek Jeter's fourth hit of the night, a line drive over the head of right-fielder Alex Rios for a seventh-inning double, tied him with Hall of Famer Eddie Murray for 11th place on baseball's all-time hit list with 3,255.

Already tonight he has passed Nap Lajoie (3,252 hits), Craig Biggio (1,845 runs, 13th on the all-time list) and Graig Nettles (251 home runs, ninth on all-time Yankees list). With the game tied after 6½ innings, he might get a chance to leave Murray behind tonight, too.