Forty-seven hits and three months ago in Tampa, Fla., Derek Jeter said he planned to enjoy his chase toward the 3,000-hit mark this season.
A 2-for-4 night in the Yankees' 7-3 win over the Mets on Saturday moved Jeter just 27 hits away from the plateau, but the shortstop is still not thinking about joining the 27-man club just yet.
"No, no," said Jeter, whose ninth-inning steal on Saturday gave him 326 for his career, tying him with Rickey Henderson's franchise career mark. "We're trying to win games. It's not on my mind right now."