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Old 06-19-2012, 11:54 AM   #423
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Originally Posted by houghtam View Post
If I had to guess I'd say Cano has the most realistic chance. He's just behind where Jeter was in his career at that point. He's 29 and has just over 1300 hits. He needs about 2000 hits, and at his current pace he'll need to play until he's 40 to break Rose's record.
I really thought Mauer had a good shot until his body started acting up.

As a Yankees fan, I've watched a lot of Cano, and he'll be as good as his lackadaisical attitude allows him to be.

Cano could be one of the all time greats if he improved on the mental part of his game.

For the younger players, I think Bryce Harper and the aforementioned Mike Trout have good shots at the hit record too.
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