Thursday, Dillon Gee struggled to locate his changeup and slider. That’s OK, when you consider a year ago, the Met righty struggled to locate anything.

“I do feel better right now, at this point,” Gee said. “Compared to last year, I feel a lot better physically. And the ball I feel is coming out of my hand better. I just feel more in tune than I did at this point last year.”

On Thursday, Gee threw 1.2 innings in an intrasquad scrimmage, allowing two runs on five hits and striking out two.

He was something of an undercard, as the spotlight was on hard-throwing prospect Noah Syndergaard.

“Even I want to see him,” Gee joked before the scrimmage. “He’s impressive out there. He throws hard.”

The 21-year-old power righty struck out five, allowing a run on four hits in two innings.