Wrigley Field, home to the Chicago Cubs, is the second oldest active stadium in Major League Baseball. Opened in 1916, only Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts has been around longer than Wrigley. Located at the corner of Clark and Addison streets on the north side of Chicago, Illinois, the stadium is the center of a village known as Wrigleyville. Wrigley Field is known for its distinctive brick wall covered in ivy, and is often referred to as the Friendly Confines. The stadium seats over 40,000 Cubs fans, and is often packed to capacity on game day.
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