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Most Hits By Career Length

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Player Career Hits Seasons
Rudy Lombardi 2726 21
Jim Heathcott 3153 20
Evan Moore 3037 19
Melvin Martin 2636 18
Bruce Harper 2927 17
Don Wilson 2932 16
Walt Cashman 2808 15
Trenidad Prieto 2558 14
Ringo Weston 2386 13
Esteban Lee 2117 12
Miguel Perez 2061 11
George Brow 1765 10
Philip Borchard 1479 9
Coco Hentgen 1417 8
William Funaki 1247 7
Rolando Pena 1098 6
Glenn Speaker 845 5
Cliff Stanley 721 4
Charles Huang 574 3
Charles Roosevelt 371 2
Tom Flores 177 1

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Years with North Stars: 36-41
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