New York Mets starting pitcher Johan Santana had the perfect week.   Shrugging off revelations that he slept with a woman that was not his wife he took the mound today to face the Minnesota Twins as the Citi Field public address system played "It Wasn't Me" by Shaggy.   But before he could throw that first pitch he had to surrender the pitchers mound to a special honored guest."Tonight we're gonna party like it's 1986!"With the Twins in town the Mets invited an appropriate guest to throw out the first pitch.   Prince, who hails from Minneapolis, brought all his Royal Purpleness to the mound and unleashed a furious throw that knocked catcher Rod Barajas through the backstop and into the expensive seats.   Four fans were injured but Barajas shrugged it off and played the full game, the start of which was delayed 40 minutes as the backstop was repaired with Mighty Mendit.   And what a game it was.It doesn't get any better than thisSantana rewarded Mets fans (and Prince) for sticking by him through his infidelity by throwing the first perfect game in Mets history.   At long last a franchise known for pitching will no longer be mocked as one of the few franchises without a no-hitter.   Not only did Santana no-hit the woeful Twins but he dominated them from the outset.   Rediscovering the lost miles-per-hour on his fastball Santana regularly hit 99 on the radar gun as he struck out the first 3 batters on 8 pitches.   Yes, 8 - the third batter, reigning MVP Joe Mauer, swung at strike 2 twice to end the inning, that's how dominant the Mets ace Santana was today.   Santana went on to obliterate the record for strikeouts in a game fanning 26 Twins.   Tiring with 2 outs in the 9th Santana allowed a weak grounder in front of the plate which was fielded by the miraculously healthy Barajas and thrown to first base to record the last out of the best game ever in the history of the New York Mets.   Mets 6, Twins 0.(none of the above is true.   To see what actually happened check the Box score)