YANKEE PITCHER CC SABATHIA HONORED BY ATHLETES AND CELEBRITIES AT GALA EVENT

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[Sports News]
Last night, Yankees star pitcher CC Sabathia was honored for his incredible career at the LegaCCy Gala at The Shed at Hudson Yards in New York City.
Photo: PitCCh In Foundation/Cassidy Sparrow

Last night, Yankees star pitcher CC Sabathia was honored for his incredible career at the LegaCCy Gala at The Shed at Hudson Yards in New York City.

The black-tie event saw celebrities and athletes come together for a star-studded evening that paid tribute to CC’s legacy on and off the field. The evening consisted of performances by artists and DJ’s such as T-Pain, Questlove, DJ Olivia Dope and was emcee’d by radio personality Angie Martinez.

Andy Pettitte delivered a heartfelt speech to honor Sabathia and presented him with the LegaCCy Award for his lasting impact on the communities of which his PitCCh In Foundation serves.

All proceeds from the gala and auction benefitted the PitCCh In Foundation and in total raised over $1.6 million on the night.

In addition to CC and his wife Amber, attendees included, T-Pain, Aaron Judge, Victor Cruz, Luke Voit, Desus Nice, Masahiro Tanaka, Michael Vick, Gleyber Torres, Joel "The Kid Mero" Martinez, Dellin Betances, Tiki Barber, Didi Gregorius, Prince Fielder, Questlove, Amar’e Stoudemire, DJ LeMahieu, Andy Pettitte, Angie Martinez, Gary Sanchez, Carlos Beltran, Luis Severino and more.

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