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Old 04-05-2019, 02:48 PM   #1
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MLB Setup / 30 Teams / 43 Games

Anyone able to help?

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2 leagues
3 divisions per league
5 teams per divison

Playing other league: 15 x 1 = 15 games
Playing own league: 14 x 2 = 28 games

Total of 43 games
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That should be doable. Some questions...

How would you want the games set across the calendar? In other words, how long should the season be? I assume 43 weeks is way too long, so not one game per team per week. But I figure you do not want games almost every day.

If it is something like 2 or 3 games per week, do you want everybody all playing on the same day, or would you want games scattered about so somebody is playing every day?

All-Star break? If so, how far into the season?
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Many thanks.

I think about 5 games per week would be fine.
An All Star game after about 2/3 of the season makes sense.
Not every team has to play at the same day, but thats not very important.
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I think about 5 games per week would be fine.
An All Star game after about 2/3 of the season makes sense.
Not every team has to play at the same day, but thats not very important.
I have something pretty much matching this, 43 games across 63 days (9 weeks) with an All-Star break after 6 weeks. But I forgot an important detail - when on the calendar should it begin?
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I have something pretty much matching this, 43 games across 63 days (9 weeks) with an All-Star break after 6 weeks. But I forgot an important detail - when on the calendar should it begin?

Sometime around April 1st.
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Two versions to give each league the extra home games in one of the cases. The two are the same just with the leagues flipped.

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# 30 team schedule, 43 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 2 subleagues, each with 3 divisions of 5 teams
#
#
# 2 games against 14 other teams in division subleague (1H/1A)
# 1 game against 15 teams in other division (1H or 1A)
#
# set as balanced schedule
#
# In version 1:
# First subleague teams all have one more home game than away game
# Second subleague teams all have one less home game than away game
# In version 2:
# First subleague teams all have one less home game than away game
# Second subleague teams all have one more home game than away game
#
# All games are in single-game series
# Each team plays each week:
# One game either Mon or Tue
# One game either Wed or Thu
# One game on each of Fri, Sat, and Sun
#
# Teams play no more than 4 consecutive games home or away
# 
# All game times set at 7:05pm
#
# Season begins first Monday of April
# Season ends early June
# Season spans 63 days
#
# All-Star Game in mid-May after about 2/3rds of season completed
#
# Built 2019-04-09
#
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This is awesome!
Really appreciate your work.
Thanks a lot.
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