Since at least 1999 judo has banned any chokes applied using the skirt of the jacket. This rule was re-emphasised in 2014 after a variant of suso-jime was used to success multiple times by Yarden Gerbi, and it is indeed this style of choke that is used in the example images in the current ruleset.1
Is the baseball choke legal in judo? It does 'use' the skirt of the gi, in that tori grips it with both hands, but the actual pressure applied to the neck for the choke is done purely with the forearms as in sode-guruma-jime.
To apply shime-waza using either your own or your opponent’s belt or bottom of the jacket or using only the fingers.
- IJF SOR 2019
Note the term suso-jime seems to be an umbrella term describing a number of different chokes involving grabbing the bottom of the gi, including the "Gerbi choke" and variants of okuri-eri-jime with a low grip.