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Benjamin Moore: Paint your house the color of the Green Monster

File photo: Barry Chin/Globe Staff

Fans in the Green Monster seats watch a homer hit by Toronto Blue Jays right fielder Jose Bautista earlier this season. The Monster’s signature green is now available as a paint color from Benjamin Moore.

Here’s some intriguing news for home-improvement types who want to have their man-caves evoke the ambiance of Fenway Park --- Benjamin Moore is launching the Fenway Collection, a paint line-up whose palette includes such pleasing hues as Green Monster and Foul Pole Yellow.

For the record, a gallon of Foul Pole Yellow will set you back a suggested $54.99.

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“The Fenway Collection encapsulates the spirit of Fenway Park,” says Benjamin Moore, which added that the collection is now available exclusively at select New England-area Benjamin Moore retailers.

Other colors in the mix include Boston Blue, Boston Red, and Baseline White. The collection’s hallmark color, Green Monster, is available in both indoor and outdoor varieties. The other colors are primarily meant for enlivening indoor feng shui.

According to Benjamin Moore, the launch of the Fenway Collection is the latest outgrowth of its 12-year partnership with the Boston Red Sox.

To mark the collection’s launch, Benjamin Moore said the company teamed up with the Boston Red Sox to refurbish Bunker Little League Park in West Roxbury. The new paint job has transformed the field into a “mini Fenway Park,” Benjamin Moore says. The project included the construction of a miniature Green Monster.

Based in New Jersey, Benjamin Moore & Co. is a Berkshire Hathaway company. Red Sox principal owner John W. Henry owns The Boston Globe.

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