At a chilly Florida Auto Exchange Stadium on Thursday afternoon, the Yankees recorded a comeback for the ages. Ages 22 to 30, to be more specific.

And that’s why their Grapefruit League record, which you typically regard with the same importance as a finale of “The Bachelor,” carries a little more heft this time.

The Yankees erased an early three-run deficit and a late one-run deficit and prevailed, 11-5, over the American League East rival Blue Jays, and DH Chris Carter, 30, wound up as the only non-20-something who made the Yankees’ boxscore.

They now own a 15-5 record, best of any team in either Florida or Arizona. It of course does not write their ticket to October. Yet one can assert that their strong spring impacts closer to something than to nothing.

“I think it’s important,” manager Joe Girardi said before the game. “I think a winning culture is important with some of the younger guys. And one of the reasons we’re winning games is our younger guys who come in are really talented. And they add on or score runs late.”

That assessment dovetails with the anonymous wisdom of a talent evaluator from an opposing club: “If you have a good record in spring training, that means you have good roster depth.”