The Mets are off to a 10-1 start, their best in franchise history. Here’s a look inside the numbers:
— The Mets have outscored opponents 55-31. The 31 runs allowed are the fewest in the majors through Wednesday night’s games.
— Despite hitting just .178, Yoenis Cespedes leads the team with 10 RBIs. He also leads the National League with 20 strikeouts.
— The Mets lead MLB with a 2.47 ERA and lead the NL with a .204 batting average against.
— Jeurys Familia leads the league in saves with six, and the Mets have the most saves of any team with seven.
— Last season, it took the Mets until April 29 to win 10 games.
— The most runs the Mets have scored in a game was nine in their Opening Day win over the Cardinals.
— The Mets are 6-0 on the road and completed their first perfect trip of at least six games for the first time since 1991.
— The Mets lead MLB with six comeback victories.
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