Wednesday night was a testament to longevity in baseball, as a pair of the game's most durable stars -- the Braves' Chipper Jones and the Yankees' Derek Jeter -- each matched statistics amassed by Lou Gehrig, a Hall of Famer whose name is synonymous with longevity. Jones collected base hit No. 2,721 against the Marlins, tying him with Gehrig for 58th on baseball's career hit list. And Jeter matched Gehrig's Yankees record of eight 200-hit seasons with a first-inning single against the Blue Jays. Both Jeter and Jones seem destined to join Gehrig in the Baseball Hall of Fame. But one question remains: Will Jones and Jeter be counted among the greatest of the great -- those honored as first-ballot inductees in Cooperstown?