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Old 05-29-2019, 11:34 PM   #1
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Schedule Request: 24T, 144G

League in question:

Two sub-leagues, each with two divisions, each with six teams

Interleague play: 36 games (each team in one sub-league plays one three-game series against each team in the other)

Subleague, all six teams in other division: 9 games (3-6H/3-6A, total of 54 games)

10-11 games against other 5 teams in division (5-6H/5-6A, total of 54 games)

No team can play more than 20 straight days with an offday, nor can a team play 14 consecutive games in a homestand or roadtrip

All game times set at 7:05 PM

Season is 161 days long and begins first Monday on or after March 31, meaning the final Monday is on Labor Day (Sept. 1-7)

All-Star Game set for day 86 (a Tuesday)

In addition to the matchups with five home games, some with six will have two games played in one series, and four in the other. In these cases, only one of these two series can be a weekend series.
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10-11 games against other 5 teams in division (5-6H/5-6A, total of 54 games)
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In addition to the matchups with five home games, some with six will have two games played in one series, and four in the other. In these cases, only one of these two series can be a weekend series.
Thanks for the very clear set of parameters. One thing I would ask though if you would be accept adjusting... Would you be okay with the intradivision matchups totaling 11 games being 4H/7A & 7H/4A instead of 5H/6A & 6H/5A?

It is easier to do that and use 4-game series rather than having numerous 2-game series. The opponent getting 10 games would be 5H/5A, and the pair of 2-game series I would put together into one "series" of four games but with each team hosting two games.
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Thanks for the very clear set of parameters. One thing I would ask though if you would be accept adjusting... Would you be okay with the intradivision matchups totaling 11 games being 4H/7A & 7H/4A instead of 5H/6A & 6H/5A?

It is easier to do that and use 4-game series rather than having numerous 2-game series. The opponent getting 10 games would be 5H/5A, and the pair of 2-game series I would put together into one "series" of four games but with each team hosting two games.
That can work, too.
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# 24 team schedule, 144 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 2 subleagues each with 2 divisions, each with 6 teams
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# 10-11 games against 5 other teams in division (4-7H/4-7A)
#  9 games against 6 other teams in league (3H/6A or 6H/3A)
#  3 games against 12 teams in other league (3H or 3A)
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# No cases of more than 20 straight days without offday
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# No homestands or roadtrips longer than 14 games
# All-Star break counted as ending homestands/roadtrips
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# Team play 11-12 home weekend series
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# All game times set at 7:05pm
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# Season begins first Monday of April
# Season ends mid-September
# Season spans 161 days
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# All-Star Game set for first Tuesday on or after June 25th (day num 86)
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# Built on 2019-05-31
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