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Old 06-18-2009, 12:38 PM   #1
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I have a schedule request for OOTP 9

Thanks in advance for the help. My league is setup like this:

53 teams
NL has 30 teams. AL has 23 teams.
148 games with interleague play.
Prefer a balanced schedule, obviously, since no divisions.
Typical series length is 3 games.
I'd prefer for the season to end in early to mid-September.
Possible to get a 7-day All Star Break but NO All Star game?

I have customized playoffs so I'll take care of that.

Hoping someone can help! Thanks!
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Old 06-19-2009, 08:30 PM   #2
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This is going to require some thought. In the 30-team subleague there could not even be two 3-game series against each opponent because that alone would be 174 games. But the lack of divisions (or at least being balanced) simplifies things in that teams can just play the second series against however many teams they can.

The odd number of teams obviously mean an odd number of teams must be off at all times.

How much interleague were you thinking? As noted above there already cannot be so many league games.

With 3-game series, not every team playing at once... finishing by early/mid-Sept figures to require starting sooner than the beginning of April.
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This is going to require some thought. In the 30-team subleague there could not even be two 3-game series against each opponent because that alone would be 174 games. But the lack of divisions (or at least being balanced) simplifies things in that teams can just play the second series against however many teams they can.

The odd number of teams obviously mean an odd number of teams must be off at all times.

How much interleague were you thinking? As noted above there already cannot be so many league games.

With 3-game series, not every team playing at once... finishing by early/mid-Sept figures to require starting sooner than the beginning of April.
Odd I know. And the game seems to agree. I tested my league just letting the game form the schedule and, while I had mostly 3 game series, I also ended up with several one game series and some weird situations where the team I was running would end up with 3 or 4 days off at a time. I'm not married to the series length. However, my playoffs are one round longer than normal so that's why I adjusted down to 148 games. If you know how to make the math work I am happy to adjust the number of games up if need be. I don't want more than 12-15 interleague games, though.

Thanks for the reply!
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Old 06-22-2009, 12:54 AM   #4
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# 53 team schedule, 148 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 2 subleagues, each with 1 division
# first subleague with 23 teams
# second subleague 30 teams
#
#
# first subleague
# 132 division/league games
# *6 games against other 22 teams of division (3H/3A)
# 16 interleague games
# *3-4 games against 5 opponents from other league (0-4H or 0-4A)
#
# second subleague
# 135-139 division/league games
# *3-6 games against other 29 teams of division (0-4H/0-4A)
# 9-13 interleague games
# *3-4 games against 3-4 opponents from other league (0-3H/0-3A)
#
#
# Games/series fall with no pattern coinciding with days of week
#
# Generally no homestands or roadtrips longer than 14 games
# A few cases however of up to 18 games
#
# Because of odd number of teams, at least one is off at all times
# Team generally play no more than 20 straight days without an offday
# However some cases of much longer stretches
#
# All game times set at 7:05pm
#
# Season begins late March
# Season thus ends mid-September
#
# No All-Star Game specified
# but one week off for all teams around end of June
#
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