27 major league baseball players have collected 3,000 or more hits. Robin Yount ('74-'93) retired with 3,142, and Tony Gwynn ('82-'01) had 3,141. These two are the closest amongst the 27 in terms of total hits (except for one other pairing that involves some questionable 19th century records.)
A hypothetical Kid Kilopi would of course ring in at 3,141.5926 and so on (never mind how one earns a fractional hit, and an irrational fraction at that.) Thus, Yount and Gwynn are baseball's Pi Crusts, as they surround this figure on both sides.
Unfortunately, the most appropriate Hall-of-Famer to stand amongst them, Pie Traynor ('20-'37), quit after just 2,416 hits.