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Old 11-24-2004, 07:57 AM   #321 (permalink)
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Gosh Darnit!!! And I tested it out , wouldn't the games played be messed up then?? Grrrrrrr... .........hehe they were.....hangs head in shame.....

This is what I get for not having beta testing......

Funny, Florida's sched has the May 2nd game but Atl's doesn't. I was wrong it doesn't belong there...oops.

By the way, I did a retest and ANA and BAL ended up with 163 games played......as I was about to rip my hair out I noticed they had a 1 game playoff at the end of the season....go figure


By the way, the schedule is fixed and reposted. Thanks for pointing out those errors LGO.

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Old 11-24-2004, 01:35 PM   #322 (permalink)
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By the way, the schedule is fixed and reposted. Thanks for pointing out those errors LGO.
Sorry to come in and point out a few more typos - really, your work compiling this is quite appreciated!

On 6/12 there is one line 133,7,30,4 that should be 163,7,30,4

Likewise on 8/27 there are several lines beginning with 269 that should instead begin with 239.

I only found those things running the schedule through the same process I have used helping LGO with the historical schedules.

One thing to throw out for discussion is having the now Washington franchise taking the same ID number in the file as Montreal would have had. On one hand that is perfect if all a person does is take a league just through 2004 and simply on the Team Setup screen for the franchise changing the name from Montreal to Washington.

The historical schedules are all set up with the teams in alphabetical order by city name within each division, but to get the team ID numbers within the game to rearrange to fit that scheme in this case one would need to go under Edit League Structure and do something trivial like switch the now Washington franchise with itself. Then rather than being #17 it would be #19, with NYN & PHI both bumping up one slot from #18 & #19 to #17 & #18. Perhaps a version of the file with the team ID numbers changed like that could also be made.

Does that make sense?
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6 team, 100 game schedule

1 league, 1 division, 6 teams
100 games within the division (20 per opponent)


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Sorry to come in and point out a few more typos - really, your work compiling this is quite appreciated!

On 6/12 there is one line 133,7,30,4 that should be 163,7,30,4

Likewise on 8/27 there are several lines beginning with 269 that should instead begin with 239.

I only found those things running the schedule through the same process I have used helping LGO with the historical schedules.
My dog did it, I swear!!!!!!

Ok, ok so I don't have a dog.....
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One thing to throw out for discussion is having the now Washington franchise taking the same ID number in the file as Montreal would have had. On one hand that is perfect if all a person does is take a league just through 2004 and simply on the Team Setup screen for the franchise changing the name from Montreal to Washington.

The historical schedules are all set up with the teams in alphabetical order by city name within each division, but to get the team ID numbers within the game to rearrange to fit that scheme in this case one would need to go under Edit League Structure and do something trivial like switch the now Washington franchise with itself. Then rather than being #17 it would be #19, with NYN & PHI both bumping up one slot from #18 & #19 to #17 & #18. Perhaps a version of the file with the team ID numbers changed like that could also be made.

Does that make sense?
That makes sense, but my head is spinning having to go thru the sched and switch all the numbers around. You've seen the errors I make man!!!
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That makes sense, but my head is spinning having to go thru the sched and switch all the numbers around. You've seen the errors I make man!!!
What you can do relatively quickly is in a text editor use the "Replace All" function a few times consecutively. Replace ",17," with ",XX," so Montreal/Washington is temporarily given a placeholder. Then replace ",18," with ",17," to move NYN up one, then replace ",19," with ",18," to move PHI up one, then finally replace ",XX," with ",19," to move MON/WSH to its final spot.
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What you can do relatively quickly is in a text editor use the "Replace All" function a few times consecutively. Replace ",17," with ",XX," so Montreal/Washington is temporarily given a placeholder. Then replace ",18," with ",17," to move NYN up one, then replace ",19," with ",18," to move PHI up one, then finally replace ",XX," with ",19," to move MON/WSH to its final spot.
You my friend are a genius!! Why didn't I think of that??

Here you go!!

This is 2005 MLB version 2 with NYN, PHI and WAS with rearranged team ids.

Note this schedule, is made assuming you've edited your league structure to keep the NLE division in alphabetical order. IE you moved NYN and PHI up a slot and WAS down below them.

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Khan, don't worry about a few typos. Given all the keystrokes involved, having that few is a very good level of accuracy. Considering all the keystrokes I've done in compiling the major league schedules, and many minor league ones, it's unavoidable that there are going to be a few here and there.

Anyway, having looked at the matchups in the 2005 schedule, it's interesting that a new firm was responsible for the schedule this year. I say that because the matchups are even more skewed this time than they have been the last few years, especially when it comes to the number of games played in total against divisional rivals. I'm going to make a post about that in the Talk Sports forum shortly.
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Khan, don't worry about a few typos. Given all the keystrokes involved, having that few is a very good level of accuracy. Considering all the keystrokes I've done in compiling the major league schedules, and many minor league ones, it's unavoidable that there are going to be a few here and there.

Anyway, having looked at the matchups in the 2005 schedule, it's interesting that a new firm was responsible for the schedule this year. I say that because the matchups are even more skewed this time than they have been the last few years, especially when it comes to the number of games played in total against divisional rivals. I'm going to make a post about that in the Talk Sports forum shortly.
Thanks for the support!! Anyways, I like doing stuff like that just so I can add more variety to the schedules I'm using in my own career league.

There are now 2 versions available using GMO's suggestion for historical schedules. I think they're ok now , no more bugs that I can see.
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6 team, 100 game schedule

1 league, 1 division, 6 teams
100 games within the division (20 per opponent)


See the top of the files for more details.
Looks great, thanks a ton!
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GMO,

If possible, can you please make a schedule with two leagues, one league has 8 teams, the second league has 6 teams. The 8 league team plays 112 games, 16 games against each team, and the 6 team league plays 110 games, 22 games against each team. Balanced schedules, no all star game, and the season starts in June.

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14 team, 112/110 game schedule

2 leagues, 1 division, 8 teams in first league & 6 teams in second league
112 games within the league/division (16 per opponent) for first league
110 games within the league/division (22 per opponent) for second league
no interleague games


This schedule is largely based on taking an 8-team league schedule from this schedule and an 6-team league schedule from this schedule.

Also it is somewhat noteworthy (to me ) because it is the first I have posted designed for 2005. In practice this really should not mean much to most people - just set the year starts on to Saturday (as opposed to Friday for the 2004-designed) and the days of the week will be as intended.

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30 team, 162 game schedules

2 leagues, 3 divisions per league, 5 teams per division
80 games in the division (20 per opponent)
60 interdivision games (6 per opponent)
22 interleague games


The three different versions of the schedule are for variations on interleague play. Of the 22 games, 16 are against the whole of one division. So the 3 versions rotate the bulk of the interleague matchups among the 3 divisions.

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What incredible work. GMO and the rest of you guys are amazing. I need this schedule and I don't seem to see it:

154 Game, 2 Leagues, 3 Divisions, 4 Teams in Each Division. All Star Break and Game.
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In the upcoming year, after expansion, I'll be looking for this:

154 games, 28 Teams, 2 Leagues, 3 Divisions (5,5,4), No interleague play, All-Star Break and Game.

Thanks in advance. Once again, you guys amaze me.
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Ah, 154 game schedules. I'm just too attached to the 162 I don't do anything else unless specifically requested. Maybe if MLB cuts back to 154 I could change too.

It may be a just bit before I could attack these requests, here's a few tiny questions.

162 games run about first of Apr to first of Oct, do you prefer 154 to start a week later or end a week earlier?

How balanced or unbalanced (more divisional games) would you like?

For the 24 teams, you did not specify interleague there, so do you want it and if so how much would you like - a lot, just one series against teams of one division, home & away series against one division?

I haven't tried juggling any numbers yet, so there may be some that make things work out better or easier. But I can at least open the door to suggestions in the meantime.

For the 28 team, are both leagues in the order 5,5,4 as far as teams per division?
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14 team, 112/110 game schedule

2 leagues, 1 division, 8 teams in first league & 6 teams in second league
112 games within the league/division (16 per opponent) for first league
110 games within the league/division (22 per opponent) for second league
no interleague games

This schedule is largely based on taking an 8-team league schedule from this schedule and an 6-team league schedule from this schedule.

Also it is somewhat noteworthy (to me ) because it is the first I have posted designed for 2005. In practice this really should not mean much to most people - just set the year starts on to Saturday (as opposed to Friday for the 2004-designed) and the days of the week will be as intended.

See the top of the files for more details.
Thanks again. Excellent work.
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Ah, 154 game schedules. I'm just too attached to the 162 I don't do anything else unless specifically requested. Maybe if MLB cuts back to 154 I could change too.

It may be a just bit before I could attack these requests, here's a few tiny questions.

162 games run about first of Apr to first of Oct, do you prefer 154 to start a week later or end a week earlier?

How balanced or unbalanced (more divisional games) would you like?

For the 24 teams, you did not specify interleague there, so do you want it and if so how much would you like - a lot, just one series against teams of one division, home & away series against one division?

I haven't tried juggling any numbers yet, so there may be some that make things work out better or easier. But I can at least open the door to suggestions in the meantime.

For the 28 team, are both leagues in the order 5,5,4 as far as teams per division?
Thanks for the reply GMO. For the 24 team league: no interleague play. Unbalanced.

For the 28 team, both leagues are in the 5,5,4 order.

Thanks in advance and your work is ranking you very close to what Cato has given into this game. Good stuff.
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24 team, 154 game schedule

2 leagues, 3 divisions per league, 4 teams per division
60 games in the division (20 per opponent)
94 interdivision games (11-12 per opponent)
no interleague games


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28 team, 154 game schedule

2 leagues, 3 divisions per league, 5,5,4 teams per division

- 5-team divisions
---*72 games in the division (18 per opponent)
---*82 interdivision games (9-10 per opponent)
---*no interleague games
- 4-team divisions
---*64 games in the division (21-22 per opponent)
---*90 interdivision games (9 per opponent)
---*no interleague games


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