Hurricane volunteers sit in “Judge’s Chambers”

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Local volunteers helping hurricane victims are being honored at Yankee Stadium.

Members of the Salvation Army and Red Cross were seated right behind left fielder Aaron Judge, in seats that are now known as the “Judge’s Chambers.”  

Monday night, a member of the Westchester chapter of the Red Cross was at the game. He recently returned from Florida where he distributed food and supplies at local shelters. "Totally unexpected. You kind of do these things out of the goodness of your heart, but to actually have the Yankees organization partner with the Red Cross to reciprocate and bring something back, it's awesome," says Richard Eng.

The Yankees officials says postseason seating in the “Judge's Chambers” will honor local heroes in the community and the teams youngest fans.

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