Just four times in Marlins' history has a player reached 200 hits, with Hanley Ramirez (212) the last to do so in 2007. Juan Pierre pulled it off twice -- 2003 (204) and '04 (221).
Gordon also is in a razor-thin race with Washington's Bryce Harper for the National League batting title. After going 2-for-4 in a 5-2 win in Game 2, Gordon is hitting .3306. Harper, meanwhile, is at .3307.
In the sixth inning of Game 1 on Saturday, Gordon singled off Ken Roberts and then stole second and third. With 58, he passed Cincinnati's Billy Hamilton (57) for most in the Majors.
Because Hamilton is out for the season, Gordon will repeat as the Lou Brock Award winner, which goes to the MLB stolen base leader.
A year ago with the Dodgers, Gordon swiped 64 bases.
"I'm just trying to help us win, like I've been trying to do the whole time," Gordon said. "To have some personal stuff is pretty cool as well."
"Dee's done a great job this year," said Christian Yelich, who had a career-high five hits in the game and finished with eight hits in the doubleheader. "It was cool for him to be able to get those milestones. Hopefully, he finishes strong and wins the batting title."