Could Curtis Granderson give the Yankees’ lineup a jolt with an August return? How about Alex Rodriguez? Will he be ready to come back from the disabled list on Monday in Texas? Or should general manager Brian Cashman acquire a right-handed bat such as Michael Young before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline?

“You have to wait and see, play it out. We need to improve offensively and that will come with additions,’’ Cashman said. “We look forward to getting guys back. If I can run into a trade, all the better.

“I know what we’re looking for. We are looking to add some offense if we can. But if it’s coming off the DL, might be the best move we can do, or if I can make a trade, that would be wonderful. We got [Zoilo] Almonte up, we’ve had [David] Adams up. We’ve used everybody and anybody from waiver claims to promotions. We’re not sitting on our [butt], I can tell you that. We’ve been plugging the holes as best as we can.”

Though the Yankees don’t have a starting pitcher in tonight’s All-Star Game at Citi Field, their rotation has been good enough. Combined with a strong bullpen, pitching hasn’t been the problem.

The same can’t be said for the lineup, which has had Rodriguez for zero games, Jeter for one, Granderson for eight, Mark Teixeira for 15, Kevin Youkilis for 28.

Jeter returned Friday from two fractured bones in his left ankle and left with a strained right quadriceps. He didn’t play Saturday and Sunday, and there is a chance he returns to the DL when play resumes Friday in Boston.

“I left the Stadium earlier, he was on the table getting treatment,’’ Cashman said. “I’m not in a position to even say [if there will be a DL stint]. We haven’t even evaluated it.”