Yankees rookie Miguel Andujar hit his first career grand slam during the Yankees' win over the Blue Jays on Tuesday night.
Andujar's grand slam came in the seventh inning when the Yankees were down 2-0. Aaron Hicks followed up with a three-run homer to give New York a 7-2 advantage.
He finished the game 2-for-3 with four RBIs, boosting his batting average to .305.
"He had a plan what he was looking for walking up there, got it, and put a great swing on it," Yankees manager Aaron Boone said, per Newsday's Erik Boland.
The 23-year-old rookie entered Tuesday night's game in first place among rookies in batting average (.299), slugging percentage (.524) and extra-base hits (28). He also entered the game tied for the most multi-hit games this season, with 19.
Andujar made history as soon as he arrived to the major leagues earlier this season, when he became the first Yankee to collect four RBIs in his major league debut.