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Old 05-24-2005, 02:28 PM   #581 (permalink)
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32 team, 162 game schedule

2 leagues, 3 divisions in each,
in first league divisions of 5, 5, 6 teams
in second league divisions of 6, 5, 5 teams

Schedule has no interleague play and is unbalanced with divisional opponents played about twice as many games per team as non-divisional opponents.


Created by doubling up and divisionally rearranging schedule of 16-team league from the second schedule here. See top of the file for more details.
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32 team, 162 game schedule

2 leagues, 3 divisions in each,
in first league divisions of 5, 5, 6 teams
in second league divisions of 6, 5, 5 teams

Schedule has no interleague play and is unbalanced with divisional opponents played about twice as many games per team as non-divisional opponents.


Created by doubling up and divisionally rearranging schedule of 16-team league from the second schedule here. See top of the file for more details.
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Not a problem. Once you have the file downloaded somewhere on your computer (and if it is a .zip file, have it unzipped), change the file extension to .csv, rather than .txt or whatever it is initially, unless it already is a csv. To import into the game, choose league setup, then the edit schedule button on the lower right hand side. When you enter the edit schedule screen there will be an option at the bottom to "import schedule". So choose that and find in the file manager window that pops up the schedule file. Select that, OK it, and the program will pause for a moment as it loads the schedule. Once you have the schedule loaded, you'll need or probably at least want to do a couple of things like set the All-Star Game date and set the year starts on date. These were likely noted either in the post with the schedule or in the schedule file itself (which can simply be opened in Notepad, Wordpad, or the like).

If you need any further clarification or advice on something like adjusting the schedule to better match a different year that for what it was designed or how to juggle matchups for future seasons, feel free to ask. Keeps the thread bumped
How do you change it from .txt to .csv?
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How do you change it from .txt to .csv?
In the file manager you can just click on the file name and change the ".txt" to ".csv"

There is no need to even do that though. As long as the file is in the proper csv format I do not think it matters at all what the extension is. You can simply import the file into the game with the .txt name exactly as downloaded.
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I'm interested in getting a schedule that works like this:

year starts on friday

32 team/2 leagues/4 divisions

season starts on 4/4

ASG 7/12

162 games/no interleague
78 division games
84 league games

Teams 30 and 32 start off the season on 4/4 alone. (Series in London)

I'm having the season start on 4/4 since my current season schedule starts on that day, and I don't want to mess things up if I make it earlier. Ideally, I wanted to have a SF/LA series start in Tokyo on 4/1 and the rest of the league start on 4/4. (with LA/SF having an off day for 'travel time')
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Old 05-29-2005, 09:05 PM   #587 (permalink)
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...Teams 30 and 32 start off the season on 4/4 alone. (Series in London)

I'm having the season start on 4/4 since my current season schedule starts on that day, and I don't want to mess things up if I make it earlier. Ideally, I wanted to have a SF/LA series start in Tokyo on 4/1 and the rest of the league start on 4/4. (with LA/SF having an off day for 'travel time')
I set to it thinking I knew what you meant here, but after finishing it and rereading this I believe I may be a bit confused.

I put it together with almost everybody beginning on 4/4 a couple of teams the following day. Then I moved the season-starting series between teams 30 & 32 from April 4th-6th to April 1st-3rd (meaning those teams are off 4/4-4/6). Is this right, or close enough? If so, I could post the version I described or the one before moving 30vs32 up a few days and it would be routine for you to adjust the days for that series to your liking.
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That should be good. Since I messed up the draft class, I'll have to reset the season anyway to get the draft to show up on June 1st, which should revert everything to the date of the first game, right?
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...I'll have to reset the season anyway to get the draft to show up on June 1st, which should revert everything to the date of the first game, right?
Ack, I cannot remember exactly. I think it goes back to the league starts on date, though that of course should be before any games for the season.
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32 team, 162 game schedule

2 leagues, 4 divisions in each, 4 teams in each

78 games within the division (26 per opponent)
84 games within league outside division (6-8 per opponent)
no interleague games


See top of the file for more details.
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any way of getting a 26-team, 144-game schedule with interleague? I did some realignment and stickware won't cooperate. More accurately, OOTP won't cooperate with the Stickware schedule.
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32 Team - 4 Divisions (22 in Division - 8 Everyone Else)

I created this schedule because I felt 2 game series are no fun for online leagues.

This schedule is as follows:
22 Games in Division broken into: 4 Four Game Series and 2 Three Game Series
8 Games against everyone else in your league: 2 Four Game Series

There are two of these schedules, the only difference is that they are reversed. (If you start year 1 on the road, you start year 2 at home)

All Star game is July 4th.
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Old 06-10-2005, 05:54 PM   #594 (permalink)
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Hello,

I am looking to add 2 more teams, therefore, have 32 teams, even out the AL, 162 game scheduale with interleague play. Anybody have this scheduale made or any utilities that can?

Thanx

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I am looking to add 2 more teams, therefore, have 32 teams, even out the AL, 162 game scheduale with interleague play.
The Stickware schedule generator (at the bottom of that linked page) can surely create something that will work.

There is one such schedule posted in this thread at http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...69#post1012169
It works if both leagues have 3 division of 5/6/5 teams, and I can adjust it if one or both leagues have that 5/6/5 in a different order (like 6/5/5).

If neither of those options give you quite what you want such as with the numbers of matchups against various teams, you can make a request here for another manually created one that hopefully can be fulfilled to your specifications.

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I don't know if you're allowed to make requests, but if anybody could make the following schedule for me, I'd sooo appreciate it:

162 Games
32 teams, 2 leagues, 4 divisions, 4 teams per division.

This is what the league looks like:

AL East
Baltimore
Boston
New York Yankees
Tampa Bay

AL North
Detroit
Minnesota
Seattle
Toronto

AL Central
Chicago White Sox
Cleveland Indians
Kansas City
Texas

AL West
Anaheim
Arizona
Hollywood
Oakland

NL East
Atlanta
Florida
New York Mets
Washington DC

NL North
Milwaukee
Montreal
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh

NL Central
Chicago Cubs
Cincinnati
Houston
St. Louis

NL West
Colorado
Los Angeles
San Diego
San Francisco

The schedule I'd like breaks down like this:
60 Division Games (20 games versus each team in your own division. those twenty games breakdown in to 6 series. 3 home series (3,3,4 games each) and 3 away series (3,3,4 games each)
84 Intraleague Games (7 games versus 12 teams [4 teams * 3 divisions], 2 series versus each team. For instance, the Los Angeles Dodgers would play the NL East in this manner:
New York Mets: Away series (3 games) + Home series (4 games)
Atlanta: Away series (4 games) + Home series (3 games)
Florida: Away series (3 games) + Home series (4 games)
Washington: Away series (4 games) + Home series (3 games)
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18 Interleague Games (6 games, 3 away + 3 home would be set aside for the team's interleague rival each year. the other 12 are to be 4 series, 2 series home +2 series away versus any other division. For instance, if the NL West plays the AL East this year, the Los Angeles Interleague breakdown would be like so:
3 game away series: Boston
3 game away series: Baltimore
3 game away series: Anaheim
3 game home series: Anaheim
3 game home series: New York Yankees
3 game home series: Tampa Bay Devil Rays

Here's a list of what I'd like the interleague rivals to be like:

Baltimore=Washington DC
Boston=Atlanta
New York=New York
Tampa Bay=Florida
Seattle=Milwaukee
Toronto=Montreal
Minnesota=Philadelphia
Detroit=Pittsburg
Chicago=Chicago
Cleveland=Cincinnati
Kansas City=St. Louis
Texas=Houston
Arizona=Colorado
Anaheim=Los Angeles
Hollywood=San Diego
Oakland=San Francisco

Also, if its possible schedule the interleague rival games (like Anaheim vs LA and NYY vs NYM) all on the same weekends. so twice a year, there are interleague rivalry weekends leaguewide. Also try to keep travel in consideration (for example dont have anaheim play one game in anaheim at night, and then in boston the next day during the day). I know this is an enormous task to request, but if anybody welcomes the challenge... I'LL LOVE YOU FOREVER!
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32 team, 162 game schedules

2 leagues, 4 divisions in each, 4 teams in each

60 games within the division (20 per opponent)
84 games within league outside division (7 per opponent)
18 interleague games (3 per opponent, plus 6 vs "rival")


Attached zipfile includes total of eight schedules in four pairs. Each of the four has the interleague matchups (outside the rival games) against a different division plus has other variations in the exact team matchups. Each pair has nearly identical schedules except for the home/away of each game being reversed.

See the README included in the zipfile plus the tops of the schedule files for more details.
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Question 40 teams, Interleague?

Are there any 40 team (2 leagues, 4D, 5T) schedules out there that incorporate interleague play?
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Are there any 40 team (2 leagues, 4D, 5T) schedules out there that incorporate interleague play?
Not in this thread, yet.

EDIT - Okay, there is now in the next post.
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...30#post1256030

Want would you like in terms of details? Things like total games, breakdown of games against division/league/interleague opponents, rest of calendar (MLB-like Apr 1 to Oct 1, All-Star Break in mid-July?)

That many teams with interleague game means probably few games against most opponents. Off the top of my head I can conceive the numbers may work out for 162 total games per team with 15 games per division opponent, 6 games against every other league team, and 12 total interleague games.

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