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Old 10-26-2004, 05:19 PM   #281 (permalink)
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12 team, 110 game schedule

2 leagues, 1 division per league, 6 teams per division
all 110 games within the division/league (22 per opponent)
no interleague games


See the top of the files for more details.
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Thanks a lot, gmo.
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Old 10-26-2004, 07:17 PM   #283 (permalink)
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GMO.. you made a schedule with for 30 teams, 162 games with 16/14 for the leagues. (unbalanced)

That is fine, but can you make the same one WITH interleague included?

6 interleague games only per team.

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Old 10-26-2004, 07:30 PM   #284 (permalink)
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all star game on 7/15

i want a normal MLB schedule.. but its for a fictional league.

I'm trying to use stickware but I dont seem to know what the heck im doing
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Old 10-26-2004, 09:18 PM   #285 (permalink)
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Oh, I'm silly.

I thought ficitional leagues needed seperate schedules. Ignore.

I guess I can just use the 2001, 2002 and 2003 MLB schedules, correct?

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Old 10-27-2004, 02:26 PM   #286 (permalink)
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I guess I can just use the 2001, 2002 and 2003 MLB schedules, correct?
If your league has the same divisional configuration as MLB does, those schedules will indeed work fine. The way the game and likewise those schedules are set up, you will need to have the "AL" (14 team) league on the left and the "NL" (16 team) league on the right on your standings screen. Your divisions must also be in the proper order as far as numbers of teams - 14 teams in 5-5-4 top-to-bottom on left and 16 teams in 5-6-5 top-to-bottom on right.

If you have the leagues/divisions in a different order but with the same structure, the schedule file can be relatively easily adjusted to fit your configuration.
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GMO, my left side has 16, right side 14.
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GMO, my left side has 16, right side 14.
Okay. What are the numbers of teams and their order in your divisions of each league?
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I know the game comes with the MLB 2004 schedule....doesn't it?? or did that just come with the rosters I was using?

Anyways, I thought maybe it should be posted anyway just in case you'd like to reuse it and can't be bothered trying to find it again.

The interleague matchups are ALEvsNLW, ALCvsNLE, ALWvsNLC

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Okay. What are the numbers of teams and their order in your divisions of each league?
American League, 16 teams
5
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5
Canadian League, 14 teams
5
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American League, 16 teams
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Canadian League, 14 teams
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I had to rush through it in the bits of time available to me right now, but I adjusted the 2001-2003 MLB schedules previously posted here and the default schedule in OOTP6 (the 2004 MLB) to where they should work correctly with your setup. The four files are in the attached zip file.

After importing one check out the schedule report and see if things look correct in terms of numbers of matchups between opponents. If there is a problem, let me know. It may take a while to get back to it, but if it needs to be fixed I will at some point when I hyave a chance in the next several days.
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Tested it in a test league and everything seemed fine... thanks!
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Does anybody have the 1994 MLB schedule? I haven't noticed it in this thread anywhere.

Incidentally, I'm looking for the "as scheduled" schedule, not the "as played" schedule...

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Heh, Expo fan are ya?
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White Sox, actually. The OTHER team that was ruined by the strike.
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Does anybody have the 1994 MLB schedule? I haven't noticed it in this thread anywhere.

Incidentally, I'm looking for the "as scheduled" schedule, not the "as played" schedule...

Thanks!
Though it is not available in OOTP format anywhere right now that I know about, hopefully soon virtually all MLB schedules back to 1901 will soon be available. Maybe I can talk to LGO about getting this one done early for you.
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1994 MLB schedule

28 team, 162 game schedule


2 leagues, 3 divisions per league, 5,5,4 teams in divisions of each league
balanced (12-13 per league opponent)
no interleague games


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Just wanted to put up a note about the 1994 MLB schedule. The format of which teams were played 13 times and which were played 12 times in each league was EXACTLY the same as it had been in 1993.

So, in other words, it was as if MLB had not realigned into three divisions in 1994 and was still using the two division alignment of 1993.

In 1995-96, the format was changed slightly so that a team always played its division rivals 13 times each, and then played either 2 teams (if it was in a 5-team division) or 3 teams (if it was in a 4-team division) outside of its division 13 times each. As far as I can tell, which teams were selected to be played 13 times was randomly determined.
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Schedule requests...

I am looking for a somewhat unique schedule. I have a league that has 26 teams, league 1 with 13 teams 6,7 and league 2 with 13 teams 7,6. I started to make one manually but have not been able to get one to work without to many off dates. I would appreciate it if any of the schedule gods can create one for my league.

I was thinking it could go something like this.

7 team divisions:

6 home games division opp = 36 plus 1 opp an extra game = 37
3 home games league opp = 18
2 home games interleague = 26
Total 81 games


6 team divisions:

7 home games division = 35 mod to 1 opp only 6 games. = 34
3 home games league = 21
2 home games interleague = 26
Total 81 home games


The problem I had doing it manually was that I got some really long or short home stands. It started okay on teams 1-9 but then it got a little hairy trying to fit into normal homestands.....
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Old 11-05-2004, 01:59 PM   #300 (permalink)
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Well I guess the schedule would be too difficult to try. I will just add two more teams to make it 28 teams in my league. I just hated to have 12 in one league and 14 in the other since I was trying to also use inter league play.
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