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Inside the numbers of the Mets’ hot start

Mets shortstop Amed Rosario and outfielder Michael Conforto

Mets shortstop Amed Rosario and outfielder Michael Conforto celebrate after the Mets defeated the Marlins on Wednesday. Credit: AP / Lynne Sladky

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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