Drone Delays Cubs-Indians Game At Wrigley Field

The drone landed in the outfield grass before flying back across the street.
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(670 The Score) The Cubs-Indians game had a short delay in the fifth inning when a drone flew over and then landed in the outfield at Wrigley Field on Wednesday evening.

Players for both teams were pulled off the field as the Cubs batted in the bottom half. The delay lasted about seven minutes, according to reporters at Wrigley Field. The drone landed on the warning track in center field. Before ballpark personnel could retrieve the drone, it flew back across the street toward the rooftops, according to reports.

Drones are prohibited from flying within three nautical miles of any MLB stadium from one hour before to one hour after games, per Federal Aviation Administration rules, Cleveland.com reported.