NEW YORK — Hitting key home runs, that comes naturally to Travis Hafner. Legging out clutch triples, now that's a new trick. Hafner launched a three-run homer then lumbered around the bases for a go-ahead triple in the seventh inning that sent CC Sabathia and the Yankees over the Blue Jays 5-4 Saturday. "The big fella can run a little bit, he's still got it in him," teammate Joba Chamberlain kidded.It was tied at 4 when Hafner came up with two outs and a runner on third in the seventh. The DH sent a high drive that ticked off centerfielder Rajai Davis' glove as he approached the padded wall. Davis bumped into the fence, the ball rolled away and the 35-year-old Hafner kept running, pulling in standing up. "I don't think triple very often," he said with a smile. "Usually something like that has to happen for me to get to third."Hafner exhaled as he stood on the bag. His teammates laughed from the dugout. This was Hafner's third triple in the past six seasons and his 13th in 3,851 major-league at-bats.