The New York Mets have won one game in a row 25 times this season. Tomorrow night against the Philadelphia Phillies we will see if this afternoon’s win against the Colorado Rockies turns out to be the 26th time they’ve won one in row. Today Mets starter Johan Santana (10-6) was dominant, out-dueling Rockies starter Jason Hammel (8-7) by throwing a complete game shutout, leading the Mets to victory. Santana allowed just 4 hits and 2 walks while striking out 10. It was the 2nd time this season Santana has struck out double figures and the 49th time in his illustrious career. The offense was provided in the 1st and 7th innings. In the 1st Jose Reyes singled and stole 2nd base then scored on a single by Angel Pagan. After an Ike Davis ground rule double moved Pagan to 3rd base he scored on a sacrifice fly by Carlos Beltran and the Mets had a 2-0 lead after 1 inning. In the 7th Ruben Tejada walked and moved to 3rd base on a butcher-boy hit-and-run single by Santana. Reyes then singled to drive in Tejada and Fernando Martinez followed with a sacrifice fly to deep right driving home Santana with the 4th Mets run of the game. Final score New York 4, Colorado 0.