(CBS) – No surprise: Security was extra tight around Wrigley Field Friday, as Game 3 of the World Series drew near.

More than 1,000 law enforcement officials were bused in from Soldier Field and Chicago Police Department headquarters to flank the Friendly Confines.

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The Chicago Cubs also hired at least four bomb-sniffing dogs to wander through the crowds.

Streets could be shut down as the innings come to a close. Barricades were expected.

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“It’s going to be crazy,” Cleveland Indians fan Terry Walker says. “This place is gonna be packed, so I came up here early.”

The Cubs and the Cleveland Indians are tied 1-1 in the series.