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Old 06-11-2019, 09:20 AM   #1
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12 Team 3 Division 140 games

Hello, I need a schedule that is a 140 games and that is three divisions it is and expansion of the Atlantic League. So there is going to be a Texas Division so I need it to have each team in the other two divisions to play the whole division at once for road games and the Texas Division plays the other divisions in long road trips. The other two divisions can play whenever because they are both in the northeast.
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Interesting - I went to a Long Island vs Sugar Land game a few weeks ago. Anyway, plenty to clarify here...

Is mid-April to late-September okay? That is pretty close to the same timeframe the Atlantic League uses, at least in 2019. It is a bit longer because what I am looking at would be more MLB-like with a mix of 3-game series and 4-game series (mostly 3-game) and an offday not every week but more often than not. And no doubleheaders.

Do you want an All-Star Game? If yes, when? Like when the real Atlantic League does, about the same time as MLB? I will assume that unless told otherwise.

I have laid out with 20-21 games per division opponent and 9-10 per non-division opponent. That seems preferable to other options that work with generally 3-game series, which would be like 14-15 per division opponent and 12 per non-division or 30-31 per division opponent and 6 per non-division.

With that breakdown of games/series, it looks like the long road trips work out with passing through 3 of the 4 opponents rather than all.

Hopefully these things are all okay with you. If not, let me know what is not. I will try to get back to this in the next day.
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I went ahead and ran with what I wanted the answers to be since I had the opportunity to work on this. Let me know if anything needs adjustment.
Code:
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# 12 team schedule, 140 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 1 subleague with 3 divisions of 4 teams
#
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# 20-21 games against 3 other teams in division (9-12H/9-12A)
# 9-10 games against 8 other teams (3-6H/3-6A)
#
#
# Third division (team nums 9-12) has special treatment
# All roadtrips by those teams and all homestands for those teams
# against the other two divisions occur in three-series chunks
# Logic is that division is remote and want to minimize travel
#
#
# Homestands and roadtrips may be as long as 20 games
# All-Star Break considered end to homestands/roadtrips
# Length allowed long since third division rule as below
#
# Each team plays either 11 or 12 home weekend series
#
# All game times set at 7:05pm
#
# Season begins first Friday on or after April 19
# Season ends late-September
# Season spans 157 days
#
# All-Star Game set for first Wednesday on or after July 10 (day num 83)
#
# Built 2019-06-12
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I went ahead and ran with what I wanted the answers to be since I had the opportunity to work on this. Let me know if anything needs adjustment.
Code:
#
# 12 team schedule, 140 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 1 subleague with 3 divisions of 4 teams
#
#
# 20-21 games against 3 other teams in division (9-12H/9-12A)
# 9-10 games against 8 other teams (3-6H/3-6A)
#
#
# Third division (team nums 9-12) has special treatment
# All roadtrips by those teams and all homestands for those teams
# against the other two divisions occur in three-series chunks
# Logic is that division is remote and want to minimize travel
#
#
# Homestands and roadtrips may be as long as 20 games
# All-Star Break considered end to homestands/roadtrips
# Length allowed long since third division rule as below
#
# Each team plays either 11 or 12 home weekend series
#
# All game times set at 7:05pm
#
# Season begins first Friday on or after April 19
# Season ends late-September
# Season spans 157 days
#
# All-Star Game set for first Wednesday on or after July 10 (day num 83)
#
# Built 2019-06-12
#
Thanks for making this gmo! I'm sorry I haven't got back to you (life happens). It looks good to me. Thanks!
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