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Old 01-13-2009, 01:03 PM   #1
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Unique 12 Team, 60 Game Schedule Request

Hi all,

First of all, just wanted to thank you in advance for any consideration given to my request.

I downloaded the game in late December and have been working on a small custom league - this game is just amazing. What I'm now looking for is a custom schedule (obviously). Now it's my understanding the files attached to many of the posts below are created differently than creating a schedule in the in-game editor, and as such its easier to create a full custom schedule in one of these files than using the in-game editor. If this isn't the case, and I just need to put in some time using the in-game editor, please just let me know - and I apologize if this is the case.

On to what I'm looking for I suppose. My league consists of two subleagues of 6 teams each (and technically one division within each subleague - I think) for 12 teams in total. Ideally looking for a balanced schedule with interleague play. Where i think my request gets a little unique is I'm looking for 60 games stretched over the third week of May through the final week of August of first week of September. Games are every Sunday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday (with the exception of Week 8 with the ASG), and normally those 4 games create one series. I think if I lay it out, it'll make more sense:

Week 1 (beginning the third week of May): Sun.,Wed.,Fri.,Sat. (Series 1)
Week 2: S,W (Series 2), F,S (Series 3)
Week 3: S,W,F,S (Series 4)
Week 4 (begins 3 weeks of Interleague play): S,W,F (Series 5), S
Week 5: S,W (Series 6) F,S
Week 6: S (Series 7), W,F,S (Series 8) [ends 3 weeks of Interleague]
Week 7 (returns to regular league play): S,W,F,S (Series 9)
Week 8: S,M (continues/finishes Series 2), W (ASG), F,S (continues/finishes Series 3)
Week 9: S,W,F,S (Series 10)
Week 10 (begins 2 weeks of Interleague): S,W,F,S (Series 11)
Week 11: S,W,F,S (Series 12) [ends Interleague]
Week 12: S,W,F,S (Series 13)
Week 13: S,W,F,S (Series 14)
Week 14: S,W,F,S (Series 15)
Week 15: S,W,F,S (Series 16)

So that should be 60 games. 40 games of regular league play and 20 games of Interleague play. 30 home, 30 away. Every team should play each team within their league 8 times (2 series, home and away) and one series against each team in the other league.

If you need this info, there are two rounds of playoffs. First round is a 5 game series and the second round is a 7 game series.

I think that does it for the info.

Once again, thank you in advance!!

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Old 01-13-2009, 10:05 PM   #2
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# 12 team schedule, 60 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 2 subleagues, each with 1 division, each with 6 teams
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# 8 games against 5 other teams in division (4H/4A)
# 3-4 games against 6 teams in other league (0-4H/0-4A)
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# All teams all play on same set of very specific days
# Games generally in 4-game series Sun, Wed, Fri, Sat
# For specific details see:
# http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...e-request.html
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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
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# All game times set at 7:05pm
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# Season begins third Sunday of May
# Season thus ends late August/early September
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# All-Star Game set for first Wednesday on or after July 6
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Old 01-13-2009, 10:12 PM   #3
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Look here if you need a primer on how to use an outside-made schedule:
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...ml#post2580366

Make sure the schedule settings all match for this schedule - 60 games, interleague play, balanced... The playoffs are set separately in the options under league setup and are not set by the schedule file. The All-Star Game should be set automatically, but make sure the option for it is on but the option to have the game push it in is not on.
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Old 01-13-2009, 10:20 PM   #4
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gmo, I can't thank you enough... the schedule is awesome - it makes my universe all the more believable and enjoyable for me. Again, thank you for the time and effort you put into my request.

This board needs a rep system, or something along those lines, because I think you deserve a + rep for everyone of these schedules.

Anyways - thanks again.

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