Noah Syndergaard is an incredible pitcher, is a beast of a man, and is, some would say, a reincarnated Norse god.
He is also, it seems, a beast of a hitter:
So, not only did Syndergaard dominate the Dodgers for eight innings, he also provided all of the offense in the game. He basically beat the Dodgers entirely by himself. And he looked pretty good doing it with his flowing locks waving behind him.
For his part, Dodgers starter Kenta Maeda, who gave up both homers, will probably be able to get over the shame of having been rocked by a pitcher pretty quickly. After all, it was earlier this year that he crushed one off of fellow starter Andrew Cashner.
If turnabout is fair play, I think this means Cashner now has to homer off of Syndergaard. Good luck with that.