The Yankee Way used to be all about superstars. This year it’s all about team and overcoming an absurd amount of injuries. That means there is less room for error, everyone has to contribute.

In addition to the continuing onslaught of injuries, the Yankees have a bit of an outfield crisis on their hands.

Ichiro Suzuki is struggling and Brett Gardner is not at the top of his game. Despite the Yankees’ amazing success overcoming all kinds of issues, if they can’t find a way to get at least one of these two outfielders going, they are going to have major problems.

On a night Andy Pettitte left in the fifth inning due to a tight left trapezius muscle and catcher Chris Stewart had to leave with a groin injury, the Yankees came up 3-2 losers to the Mariners at Yankee Stadium, losing the series along the way.

Two more injuries in a season of incredible injuries.

Ichiro said he has never seen anything like this and he told The Post the only way to overcome all these injuries is to play with a winning passion like the Yankees have been doing all season.

“Even though we have had different guys come up and play, that passion of winning is special,’’ Ichiro said. “Different players will come up, but the passion that we have as an organization is not going to change.’’

Key hits don’t hurt either.

Ichiro broke an 0-for-22 skid with a seventh-inning single and scored the Yankees second run, but struck out with the potential tying run on second to end the eighth. Gardner went 1-for-5 with two strikeouts and has five hits over his last 28 at-bats. Gardner singled in the ninth with one out and stole second and third against closer Tom Wilhemsen but Jayson Nix struck out and Robinson Cano grounded to short to end the game.