Nothin' gets to you, stayin' fresh, stayin' coolDespite allowing a 2nd inning 2-run homer to Mets catcher Henry Blanco that gave the Mets an early 2-run lead, Padres starter Mat Latos (6-4) stayed fresh and cool,   combining with relievers Luke Gregerson, Mike Adams and Heath Bell to retire the Mets final 22 batters in a row as the San Diego Padres came back to defeat the New York Mets 4-2 in the 1st game of a day-night doubleheader.Latos & the Padres smoked Santana & the MetsA Jerry Hairston Jr. sacrifice fly in the 4th inning cut the Mets lead to 2-1.   In the 5th they took the lead.   Tony Gwynn Jr. walked leading off and 1 out later old McGrittles himself David Eckstein doubled to left off Mets starter Johan Santana (4-3), driving Gwynn home to tie the game at 2.   Adrian Gonzalez singled 1 out later to plate Eckstein with the go-ahead run.   The Padres added an insurance run in the 7th when Eckstein walked with 2 outs, then scored on a double by Chase Headley that knocked Santana from the game.The Mets offense was all Diet Coke and no MentosBox score