Josh Donaldson doubled his New York Yankees debut by eliminating a single in the 11th inning against the Boston Red Sox.

The third Yankees player Josh Donaldson felt the pressure to enter the new market and make a strong first impression.

"Everyone feels it," Donaldson said. "You have to trust your process and how you run your business."

The opportunity for Donaldson to rely on his test came at the end of the 11th inning against a rival Boston Red Sox on an opening day 

Isiah Kiner-Falef at second base to start the inning. 

Donaldson, 36, will have to rely on a process that has led him to 251 career homers

MVP awards before he arrives in New York in this offseason through an exchange of Minnesota twins. 

And three certified veterans began the season of minors by stretching their arms.

With Cutter Crawford's Red Sox cutter at 90.1 mph, this process - as Donaldson ran his business in the top 11 years 

Came on Friday when Red Sox striker Xander Bogaerts and Trevor attacked in the middle of the last century. 

The winning streak with a 6: 5 victory left DJ Yankee Stadium for the first time this season from Frank Sinatra's allusion "New York, New York".

According to research by the Elias Sports Bureau, Donaldson became the third Yankees player since the official RBI 

Stats in 1920 to record the RBI on his Yankees debut when he joined Roy Weatherly in 1943 and Chase Headley in 2014.

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