Hey, Yankees. Are you sure Brandon Drury is your starting third baseman for Opening Day?


Miguel Andujar isn't down with that and is on a mission to change your mind.


The 22-year-old hit a ​walk-off homer​ on Monday, and then he backed it up the next night with ​another bomb. Well, he continued his power surge on Thursday against the Philadelphia Phillies with TWO more home runs.


​​To lead off the second inning, Andujar belted a first pitch fastball to deep left field. And then he took the first pitch he saw in the third inning, another fastball up in the zone, and deposited it over the fence.

He only saw TWO pitches!

​​The Yankees have a great problem on their hands,  but a problem nonetheless. But we are here to fix it. Either move Drury to second base or have him serve as a utilityman and place Andujar at the hot corner. And if it comes down to it, Drury has minor league options you could use.


Problem solved.


And to go a step further, do we really think the Yankees need Manny Machado? I think Andujar has it covered.