IfOnly, offering the greatest experiences for the greater good, has partnered with professional baseball pitcher for the New York Yankees CC Sabathia and his PitCCh In Foundation, to offer unique experiences including VIP tickets to the ballplayer’s retirement gala and an in-person meeting with Sabathia on the field at Yankee Stadium.

The sweepstakes will launch on August 8, 2019 and will close on September 3, 2019. The winner will be chosen on September 6, 2019 and announced on September 12, 2019. Experience will include:

VIP tickets to the LegaCCY event on September 16th, 2019
Two legends tickets to a Yankees game on September 17th, 2019
Two passes for batting practice to game
Photo on field with CC Sabathia
Autographed jersey
Flight and hotel for 2 people

Sweepstakes tickets will be available here and the tickets start at $10.

Founded in 2012 with the purpose of unlocking access to extraordinary experiences for social good, IfOnly partners with local and world-class ‘luminaries’ who are experts in their field, celebrities or other noteworthy personalities, brands and charities, to offer extraordinary experiences across entertainment, culinary, music and more, with up to 80 percent of the funds going to an associated charity.

“CC Sabathia is such a positive figure and Yankees fans are going to love this. We’re excited to partner with him to celebrate his Hall of Fame career and support his amazing charity.” said John Boris, CEO of IfOnly.

“My wife Amber and I are so excited to be partnering with IfOnly to bring the excitement of my last season to the fans. The gala benefits a great cause and will be an evening to remember.” said CC Sabathia

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