Derek Jeter will become the Yankee career leader in at-bats Monday night. He is currently tied with Mickey Mantle a 8,102. Chalk this up to his durability as a player to be able to do this so young in his career. With another 5+ seasons possible, Captain Clutch might just be able to pass 10,000. Pete Rose is the all-time leader at 14,053.
This is the start of many, many Yankees records that Jeter will have when he retires, including Most Hits and Most Runs.