Mariah Carey teams up with Major League Baseball to help raise money for victims of hurricane Sandy.
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES (JULY 13, 2013) (MLB) - Mariah Carey took center stage on Saturday (July 13) to help raise money for hurricane Sandy relief programs.
The pop star joined the lineup for the 2013 Major League Baseball (MLB) All-Star Charity Concert with the New York Philharmonic in New York's Central Park.
Carey, who recently dislocated her shoulder while filming a music video, didn't let the injury cramp her style. The 43-year-old adorned her sling with bling for her first look, and black feathers for her second ensemble.
The New York Philharmonic performed baseball-themed music during the show including Randy Newman's Suite from "The Natural."
The concert, which took place on the Great Lawn, was free to fans.
MLB will make a $1 million (USD) donation to Sandy relief efforts.