The New York Yankees rookie outfielder, Aaron Judge, has taken the baseball world by storm. It appears that the Yankees have a rising young phenom on their hands and they want the rest of us to know about it. The Yankees have made a slight renovation to their stadium in the stands right behind where Judge patrols in right field. Framed by faux wood paneling covering three rows so it looks like a jury’s box, The Judge’s Chambers sits in the back of Section 104 at Yankee Stadium.
Let’s see what Twitter was saying about the new renovation for Judge at Yankee Stadium.
— Jonas Schwartz (@Jonas_SNY) May 23, 2017
I like Aaron Judge and i think hes good, but the judges chambers is a little much for a guy whos been in the league for half a year
— Ryan Carmody (@Ryan_Carmody2) May 23, 2017
— Stephen Colvin (@Colvin77) May 23, 2017
— Adriana ♛ (@adrianaaaaxo) May 24, 2017
Michael Kay was critical of the "Judges Chambers" today, but spends an entire inning discussing Judge's chewing gum habits
— Sean Mo (@seanmohen) May 24, 2017
— TCTEES (@TCTEES7) May 24, 2017
Yankees installed a section called judges chambers for a guy who has played 40 games.this could blow up on them
— mkajet (@mkajet) May 24, 2017
— Jakob2006 (@jakob20062) May 24, 2017
I'm actually baffled that people are pissed/hating on the Yankees for building the Judges Chambers section, Baseball is supposed to be fun
— Mikey (@mpru0318) May 24, 2017
The Yankees with #JudgesChambers at Yankee Stadium is brilliant. Absolutely love it
— CPR (@Reardon28) May 22, 2017
— patrick loughead (@patricktdc71) May 23, 2017
— Mean Girl 🖤 (@HipHopShortStop) May 22, 2017
— EJ (@bazooka77) May 22, 2017
This is a real thing at #YankeeStadium
⚖️The Judges Chambers in RF!
— Bronx Pinstripes (@BronxPinstripes) May 22, 2017
The Judges Chambers constructed in RF, 18 fans to be chosen each game to sit here they will get a Gavel and Wig.. pic.twitter.com/DD7k1MTnXN
— LetsPlayBall™ (@iLetsPlayBall) May 23, 2017
Maybe a little too soon to give a guy who has only played about 2 months in the Big Leagues his own dedicated section in the stadium. But you can't knock the Yankees for marketing their new young talent. Maybe if Major League Baseball started marketing their young rising stars like this more people would be attending and watching baseball games. Just a thought MLB. Just a thought.