Have the Yankees found an answer to their rotation woes?

It’s far too early to call Shane Greene anything more than a one-hit wonder, but the young righthander looked impressive in his first career start, leading the Yankees to a 5-3 win over the Indians on a rainy Monday night at Progressive Field.

Greene held the Indians to two runs on four hits over six innings to pick up his first career victory. He struck out two and didn’t walk a batter, giving the Yankees something to think about as they try to solidify their rotation.

“It’s a dream come true, no question about that,” Greene said.

Greene likely earned himself one more start before the All-Star break, though Joe Girardi hadn’t announced his rotation beyond the next two games, when Masahiro Tanaka and new Yankee Brandon McCarthy will start in Cleveland.

“That’s obviously going to be a topic of discussion,” Girardi said. “We haven’t made any decisions about what we’re doing moving forward, but we’ll figure it out here pretty

quick.”

Brett Gardner, Brian McCann and Ichiro Suzuki had three hits each as five different Yankees drove in runs.

“We’re starting to swing the bats,” said Girardi. “You’re seeing some good things out of a lot of different people; it’s not the same guy every night.”

It was the fourth win for the Yankees in the first five games of their 11-game road trip. They play three more in Cleveland before heading to Baltimore for a three-game

weekend showdown with the first-place Orioles to finish the first half.