There was little Alex Rodriguez drama Tuesday afternoon or evening at the Stadium just a couple of dramatic comeback victories for the Yankees.

It appears the days of any deficit – large or small — being insurmountable finally are gone.

Jayson Nix provided a tying homer in the seventh inning and then added the winning single in the ninth to complete a day-night doubleheader sweep of the Blue Jays with a 3-2 victory at the Stadium.

“I feel like we’ve kind of had a little jolt on our team” Nix said after lifting the surging Yanks who are now five games out of a wild-card spot and 6½ back in the AL East to their eighth win in 10 games. “We’re playing really well right now and it’s a good time for it.”

Just about the only Yankee to not play well Tuesday was A-Rod who was booed often while going 1-for-7 in the two games with a walk five strikeouts and a rally-killing double play in the eighth inning of the nightcap.

“Just a bad day” Girardi said. “I wasn’t sure what we would get (from A-Rod) the second game.”

Phil Hughes actually pitched six strong innings of two-run ball in Game 2 although he didn’t factor in the decision. Mariano Rivera (4-2) earned the win in relief in the Bombers’ second come-from-behind win of the day.

Nix’s RBI single with one out in the ninth – his first career walk-off hit — scored pinch-runner Ichiro Suzuki who had advanced to second on Eduardo Nunez’s sac bunt before stealing third.

“That made my job a lot easier” Nix said.

In the opener Ivan Nova overcame a four-run second inning to work into the seventh and Robinson Cano and Chris Stewart blasted three-run homers as the Yanks grabbed an 8-4 victory.