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Typically, we focus on the baseball side of the New York Yankees. Today, we’re focusing on the fashion that was displayed by Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton at Sunday’s annual Baseball Writers’ Association of America awards dinner.

Forget the field. These New York Yankees should probably be taking the runway sometime soon.

Sunday night marked the annual Baseball Writers’ Association of America awards dinner where baseball players from all across the league make appearances to accept their awards. Luckily, two members of the 2018 squad got their own awards.

Giancarlo Stanton got to accept his award for NL Most Valuable Player while Aaron Judge took home the Jackie Robinson award. Quite a haul for these two superstars.

And they’re both going to be in pinstripes come March 29, just like Yankees Twitter reminded us. What a blessing! And perhaps we feel even better knowing that these guys clean up well.

But these two weren’t the only Yankees to attend in high fashion. Aaron Boone was one hand, sitting next to Judge, in a nice suit. But the Yankee who really stole the show? That would be CC Sabathia.

That’s right. Sabathia is donning a velvet suit for his appearance at the BWAA awards dinner. Admit it: he makes it look absolutely fabulous. A big thank you goes to Robert Flores from MLB.com for the stellar photo that we will cherish forever.

On more baseball-related news, the New York Yankees and the YES Network have released a hype video to get fans pumped for the first spring game coming up.

Personally, I believe anything in slow motion is able to make fans ecstatic and this video has more than enough of that. It shows one of Judge’s many home run blasts. It also shows Gary Sanchez reacting after his go-ahead double in the ALCS this past year.

Oh, and how could we forget about Aroldis Chapman, screaming after getting the final out during an ALDS game.

Guys, I’m getting chills already. Can Feb. 23 come any sooner?

Allison is just a girl with an enormous passion for the game of baseball and the written word. Based in Upstate New York, her life-long relationship with the New York Yankees is something that she developed through close relationships with her mother and grandfather. An aspiring sports writer, she graduated with a journalism degree and is finding places to share her excitement about the sporting world and how it affects us all.