I was where doing what for whom?In the top of the 9th inning at Turner Field ex-Met and current Atlanta Braves closer Billy Wagner (5-2) took the mound in a 2-2 game.   The first batter to face him would be ex-Brave Jeff Francoeur.   In a shock that registered lightly on The Richter Scale Francoeur swung at the first pitch.   He fouled it off.   Francoeur's subsequent home run over the right field fence made a more significant impression on The Richter Scale.   The bittersweet reactions of Mets and Braves fans were palpable.   Francoeur, a player many fans of both teams love to hate or hate to love, had given the Mets a 3-2 lead.   Mets closer ex-Angel Francisco Rodriguez then threw a 1-2-3 9th for his 23rd save.Don't worry about it.Previously the Braves and Mets had traded single runs to get to the 9th tied.   In the bottom of the 2nd ex-Blue Jay Alex Gonzalez scored on a fielder's choice grounder by ex-Yankee Melky Cabrera to give Atlanta a 1-0 lead.   The Mets answered in the top of the 3rd when a Jose Reyes RBI double plated ex-Twin Luis Castillo.   Then in the bottom of the 6th Cabrera tripled to drive in ex-Royal Rick Ankiel making it 2-1 Braves.   The Mets answered that run in the top of the 7th when pinch-hitter ex-Red Sox Chris Carter, batting for starter ex-Mariner R.A. Dickey, singled to drive in Francoeur who had reached base on a rare 4-pitch walk, well not so rare when you consider it was issued by ex-Brave Kyle Farnsworth.   The game stayed tied until Francoeur's 9th inning blast made a winner of ex-Brave Manny Acosta (2-1) who'd thrown 1 2/3 innings of scoreless relief bailing out Pedro Feliciano who had put 2 runners on in the 7th.   Final score New York 3, Atlanta 2.box score