When the Yankees acquired Brandon Drury from the Diamondbacks, it appeared Miguel Andujar had been given a ticket to Triple-A. Not only did the Yankees like the 25-year-old Drury, they gave up pitcher Taylor Widener and second baseman Nick Solak — prospects people inside the organization believe will surface in the big leagues. Well, Drury being in the lineup against the Blue Jays on March 29 in Toronto remains the way to bet. However, during the first week of exhibition games, Andujar (who turns 23 on March 2) hasn’t gotten the message. Monday night Andujar homered in the ninth for a victory. Tuesday he went without a hit in his first two at-bats and then homered in the sixth inning, tying the score in an eventual 9-8 win over the Blue Jays at Dunedin Stadium. “He knows he is competing for something,” general manager Brian Cashman said. “We have high hopes for him. He has already opened eyes, not with this camp, but … what he has done in his career. Competition is always good … because it brings out the best in people. When it doesn’t, it’s a learning experience for those that don’t adjust well to that competition and a chance to regroup and think through what went down and how it went down so the next opportunity they have can change the narrative.”