Who said they’re not the Bronx Bombers anymore?

For a second straight day, the Yankees’ lineup looked as good as ever, getting homers from Travis Hafner and a pair from Robinson Cano in a 11-6 win over the Indians in their home opener at Progressive Field on Monday.

And with Hiroki Kuroda far from his sharpest and a horrendous performance by Shawn Kelley out of the bullpen, they needed the offensive outburst.

Kuroda, making his first start since suffering a contusion to his right middle finger in his previous outing, survived a three-run first inning, when he coughed up a 3-0 lead provided by Hafner’s three-run blast against his former team. Kuroda ended up surrendering three runs in 5 1/3 innings in his first start since suffering a contusion to his right middle finger.

“I think you’ll know fairly quickly if the finger arises [as a problem],” Joe Girardi said before the game. “I feel pretty good about it.”

The manager said he would be paying attention to Kuroda’s control as to whether the right-hander was feeling the effect of the bruise that knocked him out of his first start in the second inning.

“I’ll watch his command and that will probably be the telling tale,” Girardi said. “I’m sure there’s a little something, but as I’ve said, very seldom does a guy go out there and feel 100 percent. You’re gonna pitch and play little bit nicked up. But if his command’s there, I feel he’ll be able to pitch well.”

Kuroda walked two during his rough first inning, but settled down in the second.

Kuroda didn’t give up a run the rest of the way and the Yankees’ offense more than did its part.