How the Mets rotation is making history in an unlikely way

There has been a significant amount of hype surrounding the rotation of the Mets entering the 2022 season. But after it was discovered that ace Jacob deGrom had a stress reaction on his right shoulder blade that would have sidelined him indefinitely, it wasn’t hard to imagine that injuries would derail what was supposed to be one of the best units in the league.

However, in the early part of the regular season, it appears the Mets have more than enough early pitches to get by until deGrom returns.

During the first 10 games of the year, the rotation of the Mets recorded an ERA of 1.07. This is the best 10-game stretch to start a season by any starting staff in baseball history since running earned became a statistic in 1913, according to Sports Radar.

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