ESPN recently took a close look at Jeter's decline in June and uses TruMedia grids to represent his overall performance.
Jeter passed one significant milestone last year when he joined the 3,000-hit club at the age of 37, and the inevitable question arose of whether The Captain would ultimately end up as baseball’s Hit King, passing Pete Rose for the most hits in major league history.
So far, so good for Jeter. With 3,181 career hits and a .313 career batting average, he already has more hits and a higher batting average than Rose did at the time of his 38th birthday.
Source: ESPN (ESPN Stats & Information)