After going 1-for-5 with a base hit and a walk in Sunday's 5-1 win over the Rays Jeter extended his streak to 14 consecutive games of reaching base.

Jeter has now reached in every single game he has played to start the 2014 season and is sporting a 10-game hit streak. Sunday's game played by Jeter was his 2616 of his career tying the great Lou Brock for 35th all time in games played. Jeter also recently passed Cap Anson and Frank Robinson for 35th all-time with his 528th career double. The milestones will continue to pile up for Jeter over his last season of his career as he is also three runs scored from tying Tris Speaker for 11th all time at 1881.rnANALYST: Michael Pichan Mobile App