Gracias.Starting pitcher Cole Hamels of the Philadelphia Phillies was excellent tonight.   But Johan Santana of the New York Mets was más excelente.   Hamels struck out 11 batters over 7 innings walking none while allowing 6 hits.   But one of those 6 hits was a solo home run in the 7th inning by Jeff Francoeur.   Santana struck out 6 over 7 1/3 innings walking 3 and giving up 5 hits but none of those hits went over any walls or drove in any runs. Give The Closer a cookie.He tired in the 8th allowing singles to the first 2 batters he faced.   But he made an excelente fielding play on a sacrifice bunt attempt by Placido Polanco and threw out Jimmy Rollins who was trying to advance to third base for the first out of the inning.   Then with right handed hitters Mike Sweeney and Jayson Werth scheduled up next Mets manager Jerry Manuel made a double-switch removing Santana and Francoeur from the game replacing them with closer Francisco Rodriguez, who would be attempting a 5-out save, and OF Fernando Martinez.   Sweeney lined out softly to 1B Ike Davis who had just come in the game the inning prior replacing Mike Hessman.   Rodriguez then walked Werth loading the bases.   Phillies manager Charlie Manuel (no relation) sent up left handed pinch-hitter Ross Gload.   On a 3-2 pitch Gload grounded to 2B Ruben Tejada, just called up today from the minors and installed as the starter at 2B over Luis Castillo, and Tejada made a wide throw that Davis made a nice catch on to end the inning preserving the Mets 1-0 lead.   Rodriguez then retired the Phillies 1-2-3 in the 9th to notch the 5-out save, his 24th of the season.   Final score New York 1, Philadelphia 0.   According to SNY play-by-play man Gary Cohen this is the Mets 15th win by shutout this season which leads the score