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Old 06-20-2019, 06:35 PM   #1
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Talking 2020 MLB Schedule request

Hello,

So after numerous failed attempts to get this schedule generator thing going because my Mac hates Java, I am wondering if anyone can generate a 162-game schedule just like it is in real-life, but for the AL matchups for 2020

NL East vs AL West
NL Central vs AL East
NL West vs AL Central

And *please, please, please, please, please* try and keep the natural interleague rivalries in tact...*please*

In addition, it will be a 186-game schedule that starts March 26 (b/c MLB opening day is March 26 in 2020) and ends September 27, with the All-Star Game July 14 (again, like in real life for 2020). I'd rather make it myself to use for my fantasy league rather than wait for August/September when the base schedule I used it for (real life) releases.

If anyone could do this, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! I'm sorry my Mac hates Java
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Should be doable as a leagueflip of 2019, with the Tokyo/London nonsense replaced by "normal" series. The fact it's a leagueflip would be blatantly obvious, but it's the only viable option.

(Does anyone know the West vs. West series for 2020?)
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Should be doable as a leagueflip of 2019, with the Tokyo/London nonsense replaced by "normal" series. The fact it's a leagueflip would be blatantly obvious, but it's the only viable option.

(Does anyone know the West vs. West series for 2020?)
How would I do the league flip? Sounds all code-y and advanced?
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I already have a regex set up, but I don't know who flips into which series so I'll have to look it up.
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OK. Let me know! Thanks!
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Old 06-21-2019, 08:44 AM   #6
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Hello,

So after numerous failed attempts to get this schedule generator thing going because my Mac hates Java, I am wondering if anyone can generate a 162-game schedule just like it is in real-life, but for the AL matchups for 2020

NL East vs AL West
NL Central vs AL East
NL West vs AL Central

And *please, please, please, please, please* try and keep the natural interleague rivalries in tact...*please*

In addition, it will be a 186-game schedule that starts March 26 (b/c MLB opening day is March 26 in 2020) and ends September 27, with the All-Star Game July 14 (again, like in real life for 2020). I'd rather make it myself to use for my fantasy league rather than wait for August/September when the base schedule I used it for (real life) releases.
If you're comfortable using a 162-game schedule as the base for your 186-game variation, there are literally dozens of MLB-style schedules listed in the master list. Take a look at the ones gmo made a couple of months ago - surely one of those fifteen variations satisfies your requirements.
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How would I switch them around to get ATL v BOS instead ATL v TOR for instance like in 2020?
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If you're comfortable using a 162-game schedule as the base for your 186-game variation
To clarify, the request was a 162-game schedule in 186 days.



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How would I switch them around to get ATL v BOS instead ATL v TOR for instance like in 2020?
Just a simple find-and-replace function. Make sure no two teams have the same ID simultaneously.
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To clarify, the request was a 162-game schedule in 186 days.
Even easier then. There are plenty of 162-game schedules with all sorts of interleague match-ups. I'm sure one of them would fit the bill.
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How do I know which team has what ID?
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