All rise for the undisputed rookie of the year.
Aaron Judge won the American League honor in a unanimous vote.
The Yankee slugger set a rookie record with 52 home runs this past season.
He also had 114 RBI and led the league in runs scored and walks.
Judge is the ninth player in pinstripes to win the award, and the first since Derek Jeter in 1996.
The 25-year-old is also a finalist for MVP.
That won't be announced until Thursday.
Flanked by his parents, Judge said winning the award was a great honor, but he feels he still has a lot to prove.
"You gotta earn your job every day. You gotta put in the work. You gotta put in the time. You gotta produce. So it still hasn't really settled in for me because even next year, going into next year, I'm still going to be fighting for a job, trying to earn my right field spot," Judge said.
Dodgers first baseman Cody Bellinger was voted the National League's rookie of the year, also unanimously.
He hit 39 homers this season and is the son of former Yankee Clay Bellinger.