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Old 07-24-2008, 06:22 PM   #1
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182/178-game schedule with MLB alignment

I'm looking for a 182-game AL/178-game NL schedule with the standard Major League alignment, starting the first Monday on or after March 20 and ending the first Monday on or after October 2. (Only AL teams play that last Monday.) ASG in the middle of July like real MLB.

AL East/Central teams play:
16 games vs. their own division opponents (64 total)
11 games vs. AL West opponents (44 total)
10 games vs. other 5-team AL division opponents (50 total)
24 interleague games
182

AL West teams play:
16 games vs. their own division opponents (48 total)
11 games vs. AL East and Central opponents (110 total)
24 interleague games
182

NL Central teams play:
14 or 15 games vs. their own division opponents (73 total)
9 games vs. either all NL East or all NL West opponents (3 play East, 3 play West; 45 total)
8 games vs. the other NL division opponents (40 total)
21 interleague games
178

NL East/West teams play:
14 games vs. their own division opponents (56 total)
10 games vs. other 5-team NL division opponents (50 total)
9 games vs. 3 of the NL Central teams (27 total)
8 games vs. the other 3 NL Central teams (24 total)
21 interleague games
178

So what I mean here is each AL team plays 182 games and each NL team plays 178 games. As for the NL Central, 3 of the teams play the extra games against each NL East team, 3 of them do the same for the NL West.
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Old 07-29-2008, 07:08 PM   #2
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You may already know for sure, but I think different numbers of games for the two leagues will be functional. The file will need to be labelled with one or the other (presumably the larger number), and one league being incorrect in magic number and stats projection is unavoidable. I do not know exactly how the game would handle it though.

Is the length of the schedule an absolute, or might another week in length be okay? You are adding about 3 weeks worth of games but only 2 weeks worth of time as compared to MLB.

Is there room for flexibility in the numbers of matchups? Turning specific numbers of games into series that can fit into layout does not always work.

Actually the length and numbers of games specified might work out just as well as anything else for this configuration. But I am still in the preliminary phases of trying to shake this out, and it would be good to know if you are open to things like adding another week to the length, making (almost?) all the interdivision matchups 9 games, and having a range of a few games in the number of games per division opponent.
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Yeah, an extra week at the end is OK.

As for how the game would handle it... 1961.
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Old 08-10-2008, 02:20 PM   #4
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# 30 team schedule, 182/178 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 2 subleagues, each with 4 divisions,
# first subleague divisions with 5, 5, 4 teams (plays 182 games)
# second subleague divisions with 5, 6, 5 teams (plays 178 games)
# (other rearranged configurations possible)
#
# First subleague (plays 182 games)
# 5-team divisions
# 16 games against other 4 teams in division (7-9H/7-9A)
# 10-11 games against other 9 teams in league (4-7H/4-7A)
# 3 games against 8 teams in other league (3H or 3A)
# 4-team division
# 16 games against other 3 teams in division (7-9H/7-9A)
# 11 games against other 10 teams in league (4-7H/4-7A)
# 3 games against 8 teams in other league (3H or 3A)
# Second subleague (plays 178 games)
# 5-team divisions
# 14 games against other 4 teams in division (6-8H/6-8A)
# 8-10 games against other 11 teams in league (3-6H/3-6A)
# 3 games against 7 teams in other league (3H or 3A)
# 6-team division
# 14-15 games against other 5 teams in division (6-9H/6-9A)
# 8-9 games against other 10 teams in league (3-6H/3-6A)
# 3 games against 7 teams in other league (3H or 3A)
#
#
# Offdays occur more frequently than in modern MLB schedule
# Teams may play several weeks in a row without offday
#
#
# No homestands or roadtrips longer than 18 games
#
# All game times set at 7:05pm
#
# Season begins first Monday on or after March 20
# Season thus ends early-October
# First subleague plays 2-3 days into week following second subleague finish
#
# All-Star Game set for first Tuesday on or after July 11
#
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