The Wrigley Field is a basketball park, located in northern Chicago in Illinois. The stadium serves as a stamping ground to Chicago Cubs which is as one of the city’s Major League Baseball (MLB) franchises. Wrigley Field is an irregular block, bounded by Clark street in the west and Addison in the south, Waveland in the north and Sheffield in the east. It is nicknamed as “The Friendly Confines” and was a home of National Football League team Chicago Bears. This field possesses ivy-covered outfield wall that is made up of bricks. There is also a hand-turned scoreboard.