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Old 01-17-2009, 10:17 AM   #1
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Post 7 teams, 174 games schedule

Hello. I want a 7-team schedule where each team plays 174 games, 29 against each opponent. When I refer to "Team 7" it means the last team in the schedule.

Schedule starts first Tuesday on or after March 30
Schedule ends on a Sunday mid to late October
No consecutive off days for any team, except for Team 7 who has a whole week off at the start
No ASG
All series starting on Sunday are 2-game series
No doubleheaders

Each team plays:
29 games against each opponent (14-15H/14-15A)
All 3-game series except for one 2-game series to fill the Sunday starts

Team 7's first opponent has the final day of the season off
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Old 01-17-2009, 06:47 PM   #2
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I do not see how you envision the series being laid out so that teams do not have consecutive offdays considering the odd number of teams.

Also I am not sure how the number of 2-game series fits with how you want them distributed.
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Old 01-17-2009, 08:43 PM   #3
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With the 2-game series, we have 21 3-game series and 28 weekends, 3 more than a regular MLB schedule. Sat/Sun would have to be consecutive off days once for every team.

Speaking of that, I have an example for the two offdays in a row thing. Remember, all series do not have to start on the same days. We could have a Wednesday start, a Thursday start, a Friday start, and so on. Here's how it works.

3/30: T1@T2, T3@T4, T5@T6 (T7 off)
3/31: T1@T2, T3@T4, T5@T6 (T7 off)
4/1: T1@T2, T3@T4, T5@T6 (T7 off)
4/2: T1@T3, T5@T2 (T4, T6, T7 off)
4/3: T4@T6, T1@T3 (T2, T5, T7 off)
4/4: T4@T6, T5@T2, T1@T3 (T7 off)
4/5: T7@T4, T5@T2, T6@T3 (T1 off)
4/6: T1@T5, T7@T4, T6@T3 (T2 off)
and so on
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Old 01-18-2009, 01:44 PM   #4
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I still cannot make sense of it, especially with the T7 off the whole first week.

There are 210 total series, of which 21 are 2-game. I do not see how you get only those 21 series starting on Sunday even with allowing 7 instances of consecutive offdays. A method for those days will 3 teams off instead of 1 team is not clear to me either.
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I still cannot make sense of it, especially with the T7 off the whole first week.

There are 210 total series, of which 21 are 2-game. I do not see how you get only those 21 series starting on Sunday even with allowing 7 instances of consecutive offdays. A method for those days will 3 teams off instead of 1 team is not clear to me either.
There are 28 Sunday/Monday series opportunities, which result in 21 2-game series and 7 Sat/Sun off days. Keep in mind not every series has to start on Sunday. Only one team is off on Saturday each week, remember. The first weekend is Team 7's Sat/Sun off, and they start on Mon. or Tues.

If one team was off every day, the ratio of games to off days would be 6 to 1, compared to 7.7 to 1 in a real major league schedule. This would leave 174 games and 29 off days, for 203 total days, or 29 weeks, as the schedule calls for.
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There are 28 Sunday/Monday series opportunities, which result in 21 2-game series and 7 Sat/Sun off days. Keep in mind not every series has to start on Sunday. Only one team is off on Saturday each week, remember. The first weekend is Team 7's Sat/Sun off, and they start on Mon. or Tues.

If one team was off every day, the ratio of games to off days would be 6 to 1, compared to 7.7 to 1 in a real major league schedule. This would leave 174 games and 29 off days, for 203 total days, or 29 weeks, as the schedule calls for.
That description with 203 days implies not having multiple teams off on individual days as opposed to the example above.

What I can do is make all 3 game series, begin March 30, and start a new series on each day. That gives 180 games per team, 212 total days, 5 teams off on first and last days, 3 teams off on second and next-to-last days. Obviously 21 games can be spliced out to get down to 174 games per team, but not all of those would be making 2-game series that start Sundays.

I do not think I can do better than that because I do think the pieces can all fit together as you are describing.
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Only one series should start on each day. I prefer having 6 teams play on the last day though.
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# 7 team schedule, 174 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 1 subleague with 1 division with 7 teams
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# 29 games against 6 other teams in division (14-15H/14-15A)
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# Ten series per opponent, 9 three-game and 1 two-game
# Odd number of teams requires at least one team off at all times
# New matchup begins almost every day
# Thus able to avoid consecutive offdays for teams
# except for occasionally 2 consecutive offdays
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# No cases of more than 24 straight days without offday
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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 Tuesday on or after March 30
# Season thus ends around end of October
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# No All-Star Game set because of 1-division configuration
# Also no league-wide offdays
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I sanded down the ends a little and got 6 teams playing on the last day of the season, but otherwise it is as I described.
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