Andujar has played third base, outfield and will continue to get work at first base. “To be honest, I feel much more comfortable comparing going back to the time in Tampa spring training,’’ Andujar said when asked Wednesday the difference between now and when he started working at positions other than at third. “I think [the shutdown] has allowed me to have more practice to get more comfortable with the position out there, doing a lot of drills and listening to the coaches.’’ The Yankees will look to find ways to get Andujar's potent bat in the lineup. He is coming off major shoulder surgery and might not play everyday in the beginning. The 25-year-old is currently 227th overall among all players in the latest expert consensus rankings.