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Players with 2,000-plus games for one team only

Players with 2,000-plus games for one team only

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Players who have played more than 2,000 games with a single franchise (as of Sept. 14, 2013):

Player, team, games, years

Carl Yastrzemski, Red Sox, 3,308, 1961-1983
Stan Musial, Cardinals, 3,026, 1941-1963
Cal Ripken Jr., Orioles, 3,001, 1981-2001
Brooks Robinson, Orioles, 2,896, 1955-1977
Robin Yount, Brewers, 2,856, 1974-1993
Craig Biggio, Astros, 2,850, 1988-2007
Al Kaline, Tigers, 2,834, 1953-1974
Mel Ott, NY Giants, 2,730, 1926-1947
George Brett, Royals, 2,707, 1973-1993
Derek Jeter *, Yankees, 2,602, 1995-2013
Ernie Banks, Cubs, 2,528, 1953-1971
Chipper Jones, Braves, 2,499, 1993-2012
Dave Concepcion, Reds, 2,488, 1970-1988
Tony Gwynn, Padres, 2,440, 1982-2001
Roberto Clemente, Pirates, 2,433, 1955-1972
Luke Appling, White Sox, 2,422, 1930-1950
Mike Schmidt, Phillies, 2,404, 1972-1989
Mickey Mantle, Yankees, 2,401, 1951-1968
Lou Whitaker, Tigers, 2,390, 1977-1995
Willie Stargell, Pirates, 2,360, 1962-1982
Frank White, Royals, 2,324, 1973-1990
Charlie Gehringer, Tigers, 2,323, 1924-1942
Honus Wagner, Pirates, 2,298, 1901-1917
Alan Trammell, Tigers, 2,293, 1977-1996
Ted Williams, Red Sox, 2,292, 1939-1960
Todd Helton *, Rockies, 2,235, 1997-2013
Bill Russell, Dodgers, 2,181, 1969-1986
Barry Larkin, Reds, 2,180, 1986-2004
Pee Wee Reese, Brooklyn/LA Dodgers, 2,166, 1940-1958
Lou Gehrig, Yankees, 2,164, 1923-1939
Bill Mazeroski, Pirates, 2,163, 1956-1972
Johnny Bench, Reds, 2,158, 1967-1983
Jeff Bagwell, Astros, 2,150, 1991-2005
Jim Rice, Red Sox, 2,089, 1974-1989
Bernie Williams, Yankees, 2,076, 1991-2006
Edgar Martinez, Mariners, 2,055, 1987-2004

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