Rollins became just the fourth Phillies player to reach the 2,000-hit mark, joining Mike Schmidt (2,234), Rich Ashburn (2,217) and Ed Delahanty (2,207). That trio is in the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
"That's pretty cool," Rollins said after a 2-1 loss to the Reds. "But I still have work to do."
The 33-year-old Rollins is already the franchise's all-time leader in hits as a switch-hitter, and according to Elias Sports Bureau, he's the 30th switch-hitter to reach the 2,000-hit mark.
Rollins hit the game-winning home run in Monday night's contest for hit No. 1,999 and was 0-for-2 on Tuesday before lining the double past first base and down the right-field line.
Despite the milestone hit, after the game Rollins had only one thing on his mind -- his next 1,000 hits.
"It's great, but 3,000 is better," Rollins said with a smile. 'That's the one that's celebrated. It's another milestone in a career, but it's not the one that's celebrated.
"It's not just another hit, but it's just another hit. You know what I'm saying? I have some years left, so hopefully I'll get it rather soon."
Mark Clements is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.