Derek Jeter and Robinson Cano are on pace to become the 16th teammates in major league history to each hit 200 hits and 20 homeruns.  This would be the second time in Jeter’s career he has done this – the last time was in 1999 when Bernie Williams was the other teammate.

Jeter is the first player to achieve this feat with two different teammates.  Lou Gehrig and Joe Dimaggio achieved the marks twice as teammates – in 1936 and 1937.

Thanks to the Daily News for this piece of information.

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