The City of Boston is projecting images of the Red Sox in honor of their 108 wins this season
If you're walking around Boston, you may look up and see some familiar faces -- some very big, familiar faces -- thanks to some projected images of Red Sox players spread across the city.
The Old State House holds a lot of history. In July of 1776, the building hosted the first moments where the Declaration of Independence was read to Bostonians. Now, you'll see an image of Rick Porcello on the front:
📍 Bringing the win art to the iconic Old State House! pic.twitter.com/hbpC3kdY2H- Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) October 3, 2018
... and here is Craig Kimbrel on some trees:
And a huge projection of J.D. Martinez:
Each of the images represents one of Red Sox's 108 wins this season as the team preps for the American League Division Series on Friday.
Better than Christmas lights? We think so.