Miami Marlins center fielder Ichiro Suzuki became the 30th member of Major League Baseball’s exclusive 3,000-hit club on Sunday after ripping a triple in the seventh inning against the Colorado Rockies in Denver.

After legging out an infield single on Saturday, Suzuki deposited an offering from Rockies reliever Chris Rusin high off the right field wall. The 42-year-old tied Roberto Clemente for 29th place on baseball’s all-time hit list.

Suzuki, who did not make his major league debut until 2001, has recorded 4,278 hits over his professional career — eclipsing the total of Major League Baseball hit king Pete Rose (4,256). A two-time batting champion and 10-time All-Star, Suzuki surpassed Rose’s total on June 15.

Suzuki recorded 1,278 with Orix Blue Wave in Japan from 1992-2000 before collecting 2,533 with the Seattle Mariners (2001-12), 311 with the New York Yankees (2012-14) and 156 with Miami (2015-16).