​Are we sure that ​Brandon Drury is going to be New York's everyday third baseman?

The Yankees acquired the high-upside infielder so they didn't have two rookies, Gleyber Torres and Miguel Andujar, on their Opening Day infield. Andujar seemed to be the odd man out, but he's making a strong case in recent days.

Andujar was the hero Monday night with his ​walk-off bomb, and he backed that up on Tuesday with another long homer.

In the top of the sixth inning, Andujar belted a solo homer off Justin Shafer to left field to tie the game at three, and according to those who saw it firsthand, it blasted into the trees.

The 22-year-old often goes unnoticed compared to the other talented Yankee prospects, but last season in 125 games between Double-A and Triple-A, he slashed .315/.352/.498 with 54 extra-base hits (16 home runs) and 82 RBI.

Looks like we have ourselves a position battle at third base.