There Goes the Neighborhood
In 2200 A.D., after the dust cleared around the crater that was now Chicago, Wrigley Field was one of the few structures that remained. A monument was erected on the rubble and grass of the now-defunct national sport of baseball. The rebel terrorist group, SHODAN, has suggested that Wrigley is, in fact, a concentration/experimental lab of sorts. Some New Chi-Town residents who had disappeared months previously, were found stumbling around the outfield wall, muttering to themselves. Almost all of them had deformities or strange appendages. When approached, they would shout to “follow the yellow brick road,” and jump into the nexus in right field.
Reports have said that there is a secret entrance to the bunker below the field located through the visitors dugout.