One small step for Mets, one giant leap for MetskindOn this night 40 years ago, Neil Armstrong walked down the steps of the lunar landing module Eagle 240,000 miles from home and made interstellar history.   Tonight, 238 miles from home the New York Mets won a baseball game.   Both events were years in the planning and eagerly anticipated.   So you see the parallel there.You are watching MTVThe Mets took an early lead.   In the top of the 1st Angel Pagan singled and was sacrificed over by Luis Castillo.   Daniel Murphy doubled driving in Pagan for a 1-0 lead.   Jeff Francoeur doubled to drive in Pagan and give the Mets a 2-0 lead before the Washington Nationals came to bat.In the 2nd inning the Mets padded their lead by scoring 3 runs with 2 outs.   Pagan singled to drive in Alex Cora, Castillo singled to drive in Pagan and Murphy singled to plate Castillo.   The Mets were up 5-0 after 1 1/2 innings.Livan Hernandez born yet?According to records Met starter Livan Hernandez (6-5) was not yet born when men first walked on the moon.   That didn't stop him from throwing 7 strong innings tonight, allowing 2 runs on 5 hits and 2 walks.   Pedro Feliciano, Sean Green and Francisco Rodriguez finished up.Jeff Francoeur hit one of theseWith a 5-2 lead in the 9th, new Met RF Francoeur led off with a...he hit an umm...what do you call it when the batter hits a pitched ball over the fence thingy?   Whatever that is, he hit one of those.   It was his first as a Met, and he now has 4 fewer as a Met this season than David Wright.   It was the first one of those for the Mets since July 12, 1969 2009.   Francoeur has 7 RBI in 7 games with the Mets.   The Mets won 6-2.Please visit for the box score.