Alfonso Soriano went 0-for-4 in the Yankees’ 4-0 loss to the Blue Jays Saturday to extend his hitless streak to 16 plate appearances to begin the season, the longest current stretch in the major leagues.

Soriano, 38, is just one of two major-league starting position players not to reach base yet this season. Reds shortstop Zack Cozart is the other.

“As soon as I get my first hit, I’ll be ok,” insisted Soriano, who played left field Saturday. “I know who I am and when I get my first hit, I’ll be OK.”

Historically, Soriano’s least productive month is April. He has a career .807 on-base plus slugging percentage, the lowest for a month in his career, though his .285 batting average in April is his highest for a month.

“The last couple years I’ve started slow, but it’s only four or five games so I have plenty of time to recover,” Soriano said.