Chris Young was on the hill tonight to get the Mets a win.  And if you have been following this team, as I, then you know just how desperate this team needed one.  Young brought his A game- buzzing through the Rockies for the first 5 innings.....literally, he was perfect for the first five innings of this game- striking out six.The Mets got on the board in the fourth when back the back hits produced a single run.  It would only last until the the sixth inning.And then the wheels fell off.  Shocked?  I wasn't in the least.After a base hit and  an Chris Young throwing error, the Rockies put a four spot on the board.  That's when I decided to write the headline of this post.It seemed like the Mets where trying desperately to jump start their offense.  In the bottom of the sixth,  Ruben Tejada hit a one out single and advanced on a wild pitch.  Tejada would be thrown out at the plate off of a David Wright base hit.  Jorhanny Valdepsin continued to impress when he hit a single that he legged into a double in the seventh-he advanced to third on a pass ball.  He would score on a Torres sac fly cutting the Rockie lead in half....but that wouldn't last long.New call up Robert Carson came in to pitch the top of the eighth and immediately gave up a double.  The Rockies would tack on another run chasing Carson from the game.  Bobby Parnell would be called in from the bullpen because the Rockies needed more runs, but because of a brilliant play by David Wright, Parnell and the Rockies would be denied additional runs.  But don't worry, the Mets decided to give the Rockies another run in the top of the ninth when they screwed up a run down at the plate.The Mets would never threaten again and drop the second game of the four game series.Final score: Rockies 6  Mets 2