After fouling off a pair of curveballs, Justin Smoak figured he'd get a fastball from David Robertson.
Smoak was right.
The switch-hitter smacked a two-run homer in the seventh inning and a go-ahead grand slam in the eighth to rally the Toronto Blue Jays past the New York Yankees 7-4 on Sunday.
Smoak connected against reliever Tommy Kahnle in the seventh, then brought the crowd of 29,091 to its feet with his second career slam, a drive off Robertson (0-1).
"He's one of the best in the game so you know it's going to be a tough at-bat," Smoak said of his nine-pitch encounter with Robertson. "I just tried to battle and battle and...