Chicago prepares Wrigley Field for World Series

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CHICAGO -- Preparations are already underway for the Chicago Cubs World Series games at Wrigley Field.

City leaders are hoping to see the same kind of safe celebration as they saw Saturday night.

The crowd outside the ballpark was massive that night, but there were relatively few problems.

Police only arrested six people.

The Office of Emergency Management is already looking forward to another safe celebration later this week.

"We are excited like the rest of the city and we'll have a good plan in place," said Chicago Emergency Management's Rich Guidice. "Chicago fans know how to celebrate responsibly go back to the Blackhawks in 2010, 2013, and in 2015. We had no major incidents, and we don't anticipate any for the World Series."

Part of the plan will just be a repeat of what fans and Wrigleyville went through with the National League Championship Series.

That includes street closures, parking restrictions, and limiting fans around the ball park to about 300,000 people.