Travis Hafner and Vernon Wells. For crying out loud.

Who saves the Yankees’ behinds next year? Edgar Renteria and Hank Blalock?

The Yankees are mocking the very notion of organizational depth. Of statistical analysis. Of common sense. They are to reclamation projects what Hollywood is to suck-ups.

They are 14-9 with an increasingly makeshift lineup, and good luck figuring out when this fantasy cruise will run out of fuel.

Hafner’s game-tying, three-run homer and game-winning triple propelled the Yankees over Toronto, 5-4, their third win in three days — all coming from behind — against the unofficial reigning Hot Stove League champions. Wells added a single, walk, two runs scored and an RBI. The Blue Jays look like a truly lost team, bracing for defeat even when they’re ahead. Today, they’ll turn to former Met R.A. Dickey to salvage one victory in this four-game set.

In his first start in New York since he picked up his 20th win last Sept. 27 at Citi Field, Dickey will pitch to what looks — on paper — like an unimposing lineup. That is, assuming that paper was written in 2011 or 2012, as opposed to 2006 ... or 2013.

“It means they have a lot of baseball left,” winning pitcher CC Sabathia said of Hafner and Wells. “People write them off in other places. They still have a lot of game left. I think being here rejuvenated them.”

What is it about the Yankees that propels to has-beens to once-mores? Bartolo Colon and Freddy Garcia in 2011. Eric Chavez and Raul Ibanez last year. And now, in what figured to be their most trying season in over two decades, Hafner and Wells. Kevin Youkilis, too, returned from a six-day respite (achy back) and contributed an important walk to the team’s cause.

“You know you’re going to play in front of huge crowds all the time,” said Hafner, who now has six homers, a .433 on-base percentage and .727 slugging percentage. “It’s a great ballpark to play in. Great clubhouse. Good dudes. It’s been a lot of fun for me coming to the park every day. I’m really enjoying it.”