Sox to project images from historic season throughout Boston and Cambridge

Sox to project images from historic season throughout Boston and Cambridge

BOSTON, MA - JULY 12: Mookie Betts #50 of the Boston Red Sox celebrates after hitting a grand slam against the Toronto Blue Jays during the fourth inning at Fenway Park on July 12, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

After a historic regular season, the Red Sox are taking their celebration to the public as they prepare for the postseason.

The team wrapped up the year with 108 wins after their win over the Yankees in the regular season finale on Sunday, and will now pull off a five-night "wallscape" installation throughout Boston and Cambridge.

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The team will project portraits of players and some memorable moments from the record-setting season onto different buildings and throughout public spaces in the area, starting September 30 and going through October 4.

The series of images will be enlarged and projected between 7:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. in different locations each night.

The pictures will start on the Boston Common at the Liberty Mall across from the State House on September 30, and will head to the Baker Chocolate Factory on October 1, the Old State House on October 2, the Novartis building in Cambridge on October 3, and wrapping up with Fenway Park on October 4.

The projections will include Mookie Betts' grand slam after a 13-pitch at-bat against the Blue Jays in July, some Gatorade baths after big wins, Brock Holt celebrating with Andrew Benintendi after a walk-off home run against the Yankees on August 6, and a clutch Jackie Bradley' catch in center field Memorial Day weekend.

“This season has been larger than life, and we wanted to come up with a way to take the immensity of the season and amplify it throughout the city,” said Red Sox EVP and Chief Marketing Officer Adam Grossman. “We hope this will help galvanize fans and our community as we a head into the postseason.”