Jeter has joined Hall of Famer Willie Mays as the only players to record at least 3,000 hits, 250 home runs, 300 stolen bases and 1,200 RBIs.
"I always hear all the time that I don't hit home runs, but in my mind, that's a lot of them," Jeter said. "So it's something I'm happy with. I try to be consistent every year, to do my job, like I've always said."
Jeter slugged a fifth-inning blast off Boston starter Franklin Morales, one of five solo home runs New York hit. The homer was Jeter's 10th of the season and tied Graig Nettles for ninth place on the franchise's all-time list, extending Jeter's hitting streak to 13 games.
"He's an amazing player," manager Joe Girardi said. "You think about what he's done throughout his career, he's 38 years old, he's played 15 days in a row. There aren't too many 38-year-old guys who can play 15 days in a row, and he continues to be productive."
With Jeter's homer, the Yankees now have a Major League-leading 10 players with at least 10 home runs, tying a franchise record set in 1998.
"It just shows we're balanced, we have guys capable of hitting home runs, but it's not something we talk about," Jeter said.