Zach Britton set a major-league record Wednesday night for most consecutive saves by a left-handed relief pitcher to start a season. Here is a look at his numbers:

0.59: ERA this season.

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1.45: Career ERA as a reliever.

2: All-Star game selections.

33: The record-setting consetive saves streak, topping Willie Hernandez of the Tigers by one. Hernandez set his record in 1984.

106: Career saves by Britton in two-plus seasons. It's a club record, surpassing Tippy Martinez for most saves by an Orioles left-handed reliever.

$6.75 million: What he's earning this season.

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