Boston Red Sox Celebrate Record-Setting Season with Projection Wallscape Around Boston

Red Sox video projection wallscape show in Boston and Cambridge features some of the major players and moments that led to team-record 108 wins in 2018.

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Boston Red Sox Celebrate Record-Setting Season with Projection Wallscape Around Boston

ANC installed this new video board in the right field roof area of Fenway Park this offseason.

The Boston Red Sox just wrapped up their most successful regular season ever with 108 wins and a .667 winning percentage. They don’t start the playoffs until Friday night at Fenway Park against the New York Yankees or Oakland Athletics, whoever wins the American League wild card game. So, what will they do to pass the time?

How about taking their show on the road, although not too far from Fenway, with a five-night video projection wallscape in various spots around Boston and Cambridge?

The action kicked off Sunday night, shortly after win #108 vs. the Yankees, and will hit a variety of large public spaces until Oct. 4, the night before the Sox start their championship quest.

The video wallscape shows all the ways the Red Sox were able to “do damage” during the regular season and hope to continue to do so in the playoffs, which they enter with the best record in all of Major League Baseball.

For the uninitiated, “do damage” is the phrase rookie manager Alex Cora used in his introductory press conference when talking about the approach he and his team would take to the 2018 season.

The traveling projection wallscapecelebration includes portraits of some of the top players and moments from the Red Sox’s record-setting season.

They include AL Most Valuable Player front-runner Mookie Betts’ game-winning grand slam on the 13th pitch of an at-bat vs. J.A. Happ, celebratory Gatorade baths after walkoff wins and an eye-popping catch by Jackie Bradley Jr.

“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 executive VP and chief marketing officer Adam Grossman.

“We hope this projection wallscape will help galvanize fans and our community as we head into the postseason.”