Matt Kemp singled in the fifth inning against Tom Koehler of the Marlins on Sunday, giving the center fielder 1,000 hits in his career. Kemp becomes the 34th Dodger ever with 1,000 hits.
Kemp's two hits on Sunday extended his hitting streak to 11 games, during which he is hitting .326 (15-for-46).
Kemp reached 1,000 hits in his 929th career game, making him the fifth fastest Los Angeles Dodger to 1,000 hits. Kemp trails only Maury WIlls (900 games), Steve Sax (900 games), Steve Garvey (913 games) and Raul Mondesi (913 games).
With 3,402 at-bats to reach 1,000 hits, Kemp is the third fastest LA Dodger to the four digit mark by at-bats, behind only Pedro Guerrera (3,256 AB) and Steve Garvey (3,328 AB).
Here are the all-time Dodgers hits leaders:
|Most hits by a Dodger, all-time|
|Pee Wee Reese||both||2,170|
Andre Ethier was the last Dodger to reach 1,000 career hits, doing so on Sep. 4, 2012 in his 979th career game.