Derek Jeter moved into eighth place on baseball's all-time hit list with a pair of singles in Sunday's 6-4 Yankees win over the Blue Jays in Toronto.

His two opposite field singles tied him, then pushed him past Paul Molitor with 3,320 career hits while also moving him within 99 of the legendary Carl Yastrzemski (3,419) and 110 of Honus Wagner.

Jeter, who turns 40 in June, is playing is his 20th major league season. He announced prior to the season that this year would be his last.

ESPN reports Jeter ranks third on a separate list, the most hits all-time with one team - Stan Musial (3,630), Carl Yaztremski (3,419), Derek Jeter (3,320).