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Old 04-28-2009, 02:27 AM   #1
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Two schedule requests

I've got a couple schedule requests:

One is for a 48-team league; 2 subleagues, with 4 divisions of 6 teams each.
12 games vs division rivals, 6 games against other members of its league, and 18 interleague games for a total of 186 games. (I'm pretty sure I did the math right).

The other is for a 60-team league with 5 divisions of 6 teams each. Similar scheduling, but with 236 games: 12 games vs division rivals, 6 games vs those in its league, and 30 interleague games. Starting at the beginning of March and going to the end of October.

Thanks! Just curious, how exactly do you make these so fast?
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Old 04-30-2009, 09:38 PM   #2
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The way to make them fastest is find ones already made! No such luck here.

I think you mean 234 for the second, but otherwise the numbers make sense, at least in terms of games count.

Everything as you describe fits nicely into all 3-game series. That is simplifying, but not realistic at least compared to modern MLB. Two 3-game series per week (Mon-Wed or Tue-Thu and Fri-Sun) means one offday every week (either Mon or Thu), whereas MLB has on average about two offdays every three weeks.

But for the bigger schedule you specify an 8-month time frame which would mean a game almost every day and almost no offdays. The one offday per week pattern would mean an almost 9-month bigger schedule. Are you looking for essentially (or absolutely?) no offdays for both of these?

Also, do you want All-Star Games?
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Yeah, I know, I looked for ones already made...couldn't find any.

For the bigger schedule, I was just giving an approximation on the start and end dates. I think I did the math wrong, though--I was basing it on a team playing about 27 games per month, but now as I add it up again it comes out to March through most of November. So yes, I was looking for that longer one, with off-days. And I had an all-star game in mind too.

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Old 05-01-2009, 11:58 PM   #4
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Another question... Over what time span do you want the smaller schedule to go? I have it initially as early April to early/mid-Nov with the ASG in early/mid-Aug.

Should the starts, All-Star Breaks, ends, or nothing of these two line up with each other?
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For the shorter one, I was thinking adding on a couple of weeks to each end. Early-mid March to mid-late October, with the ASG at approximately the halfway point of the season--and at the middle of the season for the longer schedule too. I'm not picky about the exact location of the start, end, and ASG though. Basically, for both schedules, I wanted to add games onto both sides of the schedule--push the beginning farther back from what it previously was, and push the end forward. If that makes sense.
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# 48 team schedule, 186 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 2 subleagues each with 4 divisions, each with 6 teams
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# 12 games against 5 other teams in division (6H/6A)
# 6 games against 18 other teams in league (3H/3A)
# 3 games against 6 teams in other league (3H or 3A)
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# Schedule is all 3-game series
# All teams have one offday each week either Mon or Thu
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# No homestands or roadtrips longer than 12 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 October
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# All-Star Game set for first Tuesday on or after July 21
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Old 05-02-2009, 11:06 PM   #7
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# 60 team schedule, 234 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 2 subleagues each with 5 divisions, each with 6 teams
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# 12 games against 5 other teams in division (6H/6A)
# 6 games against 24 other teams in league (3H/3A)
# 3 games against 10 teams in other league (3H or 3A)
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# Schedule is all 3-game series
# All teams have one offday each week either Mon or Thu
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# No homestands or roadtrips longer than 12 games
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# All game times set at 7:05pm
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# Season begins first Monday on or after February 23
# Season thus ends late November
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# All-Star Game set for first Tuesday on or after July 14
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Thanks! Much appreciated.
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