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Old 10-23-2008, 08:05 PM   #1
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52 teams, 2 subleagues schedule

I'd like another schedule. Here's the request.

Starts first Monday on or after June 9
Ends late September
120 games
Sundays are doubleheaders
No off days, 8 games per week
Interleague yes
Balanced no

52 teams
2 subleagues
8 divisions in each subleague (4/4/3/3/3/3/3/3 in each)

4-team divisions play 12 games against each division rival, 36 total
3-team divisions play 10 games against one division rival and 12 against the other, 22 total

With one exception, teams play 2 games against each non-division opponent regardless of subleague
The exception: When the four-team divisions play in interleague, each team plays only one opponent from each interleague division, in a 2-game series on the first 2 series of the season for each team
All other interleague falls in weeks 3-11, no Sundays
This makes each team play 120 games total
Only 2-game series (M-Tu, W-Th, F-Sa, Sunday doubleheader)
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Old 10-24-2008, 01:31 AM   #2
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To make sure I have this straight...

The 3-team divisions - all teams play 22 division games and 2 games against all of the other 49 teams for the total of 120.

The 4-team divisions - play 36 division games, play 2 games against all other teams within subleague, play 2 games against all teams from 3-team divisions in other subleague, and play 2 games against only one team from the two 4-team divisions in the other subleague for the total of 120.

The obvious problem is that you cannot do the 10 & 12 games for the 3-team divisions. E.g., if A plays B 10 times and A plays C 12 times, then B needs 12 more games and C needs 10 more games. One solution would be to make it 12 & 12 to total 122 with the additional 2 games for the 4-team division teams coming from another interleague series against another 4-team division team.
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Old 10-24-2008, 08:07 PM   #3
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11 and 11 with the 3-game series coming on the final Monday-Saturday, would be fine. Also, is it possible to do an All-Star game on the Tuesday after the season ends?
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Old 10-25-2008, 02:32 PM   #4
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11 and 11 with the 3-game series coming on the final Monday-Saturday, would be fine.
There is still the issue of there being three total 3-game series per 3-team division with only 1 intradivision series able to be played at a time while the other team from the division has to play an interdivision series of which their are none of 3-game length.

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Also, is it possible to do an All-Star game on the Tuesday after the season ends?
AFAIK, yes this can work, though I have not done or tested that in any recent version of the game. I am not sure what would happen if there are ties to be resolved for playoff spots, but I think those games may be played after the ASG in that setup.
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Old 10-31-2008, 02:41 PM   #5
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What I really meant is you can make some of the interdivision series between teams from 3-team divisions 3 games as well to make this work. This means not every team will play each other, or the schedule can be expanded.
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Old 10-31-2008, 02:49 PM   #6
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I have a different, but similar, idea.

64 teams
2 subleagues
8 divisions of 4 teams each in each subleague

Each team plays 10 games against each division rival (30 total)
3 games against each nondivision team in the same subleague (84 total)
2 games against 3 interleague opponents from each division (48 total)

Total: 162 games. Still no off days, but the season now runs 142 days starting in mid March, then the schedule's only off day, then the All-Star Game, and then the playoffs.
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Old 10-31-2008, 02:50 PM   #7
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Both your idea in post #2 and mine in the last post are good for me.
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Old 11-02-2008, 11:51 PM   #8
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I have a different, but similar, idea.

64 teams
2 subleagues
8 divisions of 4 teams each in each subleague

Each team plays 10 games against each division rival (30 total)
3 games against each nondivision team in the same subleague (84 total)
2 games against 3 interleague opponents from each division (48 total)

Total: 162 games. Still no off days, but the season now runs 142 days starting in mid March, then the schedule's only off day, then the All-Star Game, and then the playoffs.
I got this one all put together, then I realized the 142 days thing. So I went in to put the doubleheaders, but the way I had games laid out with a mix of 2-game and 3-game series the always-Sunday doubleheaders do not work out. That is because the games to combine onto the same day are sometimes from different series. So can some of the doubleheaders be on Saturdays (or Mondays)?
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Old 11-04-2008, 10:35 AM   #9
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Yes. You can also make the schedule longer than the 142 days.
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Old 11-05-2008, 08:47 PM   #10
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# 64 team schedule, 162 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 2 subleagues each with 8 divisions, each with 4 teams
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# 10 games against 3 other teams in division (5H/5A)
# 3 games against 28 other teams in league (3H or 3A)
# 2 games against 24 teams in other league (2H or 2A)
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# No offdays in schedule
# All teams play a game everyday
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# No homestands or roadtrips longer than 15 games
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# All game times set at 7:05pm
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# Season begins first Monday on or after March 16th
# Season thus ends late August
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# All-Star Game set for Tuesday after the Sunday end of season
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So the attached in 162 games in 162 days. I could do the in 142 days way with weekend DHs on Sat or Sun.

Do you still need that 52-team, or is the 64-team taking the place of that?
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Old 11-12-2008, 08:58 PM   #12
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It's been a week, so I guess I should respond now. Yes, I need the 52-team one too.
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Old 11-18-2008, 08:34 PM   #13
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One solution would be to make it 12 & 12 to total 122 with the additional 2 games for the 4-team division teams coming from another interleague series against another 4-team division team.
The solution I finally got to was 124 games so there would be even 62/62 home/away. The extra 2 games are yet another 2-game series for the 4-team division teams coming from another interleague series against another 4-team division team, and playing one more interdivision series against one opponent.
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# 52 team schedule, 124 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 2 leagues, each with 8 divisions, with 4/4/3/3/3/3/3/3 teams
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# 4-team divisions
# 36 intradivision games
# *12 games against other 3 teams of division (6H/6A)
# 44 interdivision games
# *2 games against other 22 teams of subleague (2H or 2A)
# 44 interleague games
# *2 games against 22 opponents from other subleague (2H or 2A)
# *play two teams from each 4-team division and all teams from 3-team divisions
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# 3-team divisions
# 24 intradivision games
# *12 games against other 2 teams of division (6H/6A)
# 48 interdivision games
# *2 games against 22 of other teams of league (2H or 2A)
# *4 games against 1 of other teams of league (2H/2A)
# 52 interleague games
# *2 games against all 26 opponents from other subleague (2H or 2A)
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#
# Season is all 2-game series with no offdays during season
# Series occur on Mon-Tue, Wed-Thu, Fri-Sat, and Sun doubleheaders
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# No homestands or roadtrips longer than 20 games, typically much shorter
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# Doubleheader game times set as 2:05pm and 7:05pm
# All other game times set at 7:05pm
#
# Season begins first Friday on or after June 6
# Season thus ends late September
# All-Star Game set for Tuesday after scheduled Sunday end of season
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Old 11-20-2008, 08:14 PM   #15
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Just so you know, the file names of the .zip files are too long for my system to handle.
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Old 11-20-2008, 08:38 PM   #16
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I am able to rename the zip and get it to work. I would prefer to leave it as is and leave it to the user to deal with it like that. But if you cannot even download or rename the file, that is a different story.
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I renamed the zip myself before I downloaded it and it still crashed.
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I renamed the zip myself before I downloaded it and it still crashed.
What crashed? The unzipping process or the game when trying to load the schedule?
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I went ahead and replaced the attachment above with the same file given a different name.
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