Jimmy Rollins added yet another milestone to his 15-year career as he became the Philadelphia Phillies' all-time hit leader with No. 2,235 coming against the Chicago Cubs on Saturday. Rollins laced a 3-1 single to right field off Edwin Jackson in the fifth inning to pass Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt atop the hit list for the 132-year-old franchise. Rollins, who was drafted in the second round in 1996, has been the starting shortstop for the Phillies since making his debut late in the 2000 season.
Jimmy Rollins sets Phillies' hit record
ESPN | Jun 14