Pete Rose - 4,256 Hits
most at bats in lifetime - pete rose [14,053] most career hits in lifetime - pete rose [4,256]
No player with the most hits in MLB was traded to the Yankees. Pete Rose has the most hits in baseball history and he was never a Yankee. The old record was held by Ty Cobb and he also was not a Yankee.
Pete Rose with 4256.
As of the 2008 season, Ichiro Suzuki of the Seattle Mariners holds the MLB record for base hits in a season with 262 in 2004.
Pete Rose. He broke Ty Cobb's record and finished with 4,257 career hits
Ichiro Suzuki has the record, 262 in 2004.
Lenny Harris. Harris, who played between 1988-2005, holds the MLB record for pinch hits with 212.
Johhny Burnett. 9 hits in one game.
The player with at least half his MLB games at pitcher with the most hits was Tony Mullane with 661. The player who pitched at least once in MLB with the most hits was Ty Cobb.
As of 2009, Derek Jeter has the most career postseason hits with 175.
Pete Rose holds the record with 4,256 career hits.
Johhny Burnett. 9 hits in a single game.
Ivan 'Pudge' Rodriguez with 2844 career base hits.