Noah Syndergaard said he's "ready to go" for his Game 2 start on Sunday night.
Syndergaard last pitched in Game 5 of the NLDS, coming out of the bullpen to pitch the seventh inning against the Dodgers.
"My body and my arm have never felt better," Syndergaard said.
Syndergaard started Game 2 of the NLDS and pitched 6 1/3 innings, allowing three earned runs on five hits. He walked four and struck out nine.
His first career start was against the Cubs earlier this season. He allowed three earned runs on six hits, four walks and six strikeouts.
"My mechanics are completely different," he explained, comparing that first start to today. "I think my mentality out there is a lot different," Syndergaard said. "I've been able to go out there with a lot more confidence in myself and getting myself out of certain situations by using necessarily uncomfortable pitches that I might have used at a different time."