Who said they’re not the Bronx Bombers anymore?

For a second straight day, the Yankees’ lineup hardly missed its injured stars, getting a pair of homers from Robinson Cano and another from Travis Hafner in an 11-6 win that spoiled the Indians’ home opener at Progressive Field.

It’s a good thing the bats stayed alive, because Hiroki Kuroda was unable to follow CC Sabathia with a strong start.

After being given a 3-0 lead on Hafner’s three-run shot in the first, Kuroda immediately gave it back by surrendering three runs in the bottom of the inning.

Making his first start since suffering a bruised right middle finger on a line drive Wednesday, Kuroda recovered to last 5 /3 innings and pick up his first win.

He had Hafner & Co. to thank. The designated hitter, shaking off an ugly spring training, returned to his former home and reached base four times, driving in four runs and scoring three more.

“With veteran guys, you don’t make too much of spring training,” Joe Girardi said. “You figure their track record is gonna take over.”

The plan worked a year ago with Raul Ibanez and seems to be the case with Hafner.

“I was working on a bunch of things mechanically [during the spring] and basically scrapped everything and really tried to simplify my swing to the point where there’s nothing going on,” Hafner said. “I’ve had a lot of success with that. It feels really good and really simple. Hopefully, I found something really easy to maintain and be consistent with.”