Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor was spotted at Thursday night’s New York Yankees game in the “Judge’s Chambers” section of Yankee Stadium.

Sotomayor, a lifelong Yankees fan who grew up in the Bronx, was spotted cheering in the section during the Yankees’ matchup against the Boston Red Sox.

The section was dedicated to Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge earlier this season when Judge led the league with 15 home runs. 


The Yankees marked three rows in a right-field section as “The Judge’s Chambers,” and fans chosen to sit in the section get a chance to use props during the game, including judge’s robes, wigs and foam gavels reading “all rise.”

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