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Old 06-30-2004, 09:04 AM   #121 (permalink)
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26 team, 162 game schedules

2 leagues, 2 divisions per league, 7 or 6 teams per division
--14 team league
----72 games in the division (12 per opponent)
----42 games outside division (6 per opponent)
----48 interleague games (4 per opponent)
--12 team league
----70 games in the division (14 per opponent)
----36 games outside division (6 per opponent)
----56 interleague games (4 per opponent)


Use the "2276u" file if the League 1 in your configuration is the larger (Teams 1-14).
Use the "2267u" file if the League 2 in your configuration is the larger (Teams 13-26).

See the comments at the top of the files for more details. Compared to a typical MLB schedule these have a few too many off days at the All-Star Break, and thus are a bit short in offdays throughout the rest of the season.
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Hey GMO, how do you do this????

Thanks a million for responding to my request for the 26 team (inter-league)
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Keep up this great work
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Eugene, glad the schedule worked out fine.

I'm currently working on finally converting over some Front Page Sports Baseball Pro '98 schedules. Was just about to post one before I realized I forgot something important in the CSV file. D'Oh!

I hope to have that little problem corrected soon...
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28 team schedule converted from Front Page Sports: Baseball Pro

28 teams, 14 teams per league, 3 divisions per league of 5, 5, and 4 teams

Games:
162
Length: 182 days (26 weeks)
Interleague: No
Format: Heavy divisional weighting

5 team division
26 games against each of the 4 divisional opponents (26 x 4 = 104 games);
8 games against each of 2 teams from the other 5 team division, and
6 games against each of the remaining 3 teams in the other 5 team division (8 x 2 plus 6 x 3 = 34 games);
6 games against each of the teams in the 4 team division (6 x 4 = 24 games)

4 team division
34 games against each of the 3 divisional opponents (34 x 3 = 102 games)
6 games against each of the 10 other teams in the league (6 x 10 = 60 games)

Year starts on: Wednesday
Season starts: April 7 (Monday)
All-Star Game: July 15 (Tuesday)

NOTE: The All-Star Game is not entered in the file; if you wish to have the game you will need to add it manually after you import the schedule.


Here is a straight up conversion of a heavily divisionally weighted schedule originally taken from Sierra's "Front Page Sports: Baseball Pro '98" game. There are of course no doubleheaders in it, and if I recall correctly, the off days fall almost entirely on Mondays and Thursdays. I'm not sure about the stretches of days of consecutive play, so there may be times where teams exceed 20 days in a row of play. Still, all in all, a fairly well put together schedule that should prove useful to those looking for a strong divisional format for a 14 team, 3 divisions per league alignment.

Start times have been set as follows: all home openers, Saturday games in April, May, and September, and Sunday games have been set as day games beginning at 1 p.m. All other games have been set as night games beginning at 7 p.m.

The schedule was keyed to 2003, so the year starts on Wednesday and the season runs from Monday, April 7 to Sunday, October 5. If there are any problems with the file please let me know.

I hope to in the weeks ahead convert some more of the FPS Baseball Pro schedules over to the OOTP importable format.
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ive been trying to get a sched done for my solo league and it just aint workin out, so its time to suck it up and ask for help. HELP?

32 teams - 2 lg, 4 div, 4 teams

163 games - 9 x in div = 27 (4hm 4rd 1 last week of seas), 6 x out div in lg = 72 (3hm 3rd), 4 x opp lg = 64 (2hm 2rd)

and i dont know if this is even poss, but id like to have AS game at end of seas before playoffs?

edit: oh yea, day games dont matter and all teams are in so. cal. (LA County vs Orange County)
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ive been trying to get a sched done for my solo league and it just aint workin out, so its time to suck it up and ask for help. HELP?

32 teams - 2 lg, 4 div, 4 teams

163 games - 9 x in div = 27 (4hm 4rd 1 last week of seas), 6 x out div in lg = 72 (3hm 3rd), 4 x opp lg = 64 (2hm 2rd)

and i dont know if this is even poss, but id like to have AS game at end of seas before playoffs?

edit: oh yea, day games dont matter and all teams are in so. cal. (LA County vs Orange County)
Doing some quick back-of-the-envelope planning, this looks like it should be relatively easy to cobble together (even numbers of divisions & teams in divisions = nice for maker ).

I am a little concerned about making the All-Star Game the very last thing in the season. Not sure that was specifically requested, but I wondered what would happen if you had a season end on a Sunday, except the All-Star Game was scheduled for the Tuesday just after that. Normally the playoffs would begin on that Wednesday, but would that be adjusted with that usual ASG time? Could probably figure it out myself, just seemed like maybe asking would be easier.

For this particular case, my initial plan is for the last week have the All-Star Game early in the week, then end the week with the 3 single games against the other divisional opponents. Also, I am thinking to spread the offdays out a bit better for the rest of the season I might put a 2-game series in that last week Mon-Tues before the All-Star Game, which would then be either Wed or Thur with only one offday that week rather than three. If you have an opinions on how you'd like it to go disposableheros, just let me know.
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Doing some quick back-of-the-envelope planning, this looks like it should be relatively easy to cobble together (even numbers of divisions & teams in divisions = nice for maker ).
hmm, guess im just a dumbass (or maybe just new at it)

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My initial plan is for the last week have the All-Star Game early in the week, then end the week with the 3 single games against the other divisional opponents.
sounds excellent to me. hopefully one or more of those games will decide the division.

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Also, I am thinking to spread the offdays out a bit better for the rest of the season I might put a 2-game series in that last week Mon-Tues before the All-Star Game, which would then be either Wed or Thur with only one offday that week rather than three.
i would like to keep the 4hm 4rd series against div opp together as full series rather than split them up 2hm 2rd 2hm 2rd, but to have this 2 game series interleague would be fine

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR QUICK RESPONSE
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hmm, guess im just a dumbass (or maybe just new at it)
Don't feel bad, it's just a little niche I've carved out with quite a bit of experience hammering away at these things. Plus the alien technology is adapting to my brain waves better & better.

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sounds excellent to me. hopefully one or more of those games will decide the division.

i would like to keep the 4hm 4rd series against div opp together as full series rather than split them up 2hm 2rd 2hm 2rd, but to have this 2 game series interleague would be fine
Yep, I kept those 4-game divisional series together. Whoa, I was just having a deja vu moment as I typed that last sentence. Too much doing this maybe. Anyway, progress is good, and I hope to have something posted later tonight.
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tonight huh? wow thanks, now i really feel like a dumbass. ive been trying to do this for 5 days straight and you do it in one afternoon

this is shaping up to be one of those all-nighter call-in-sick kinda moments
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32 team, 163 game schedule

2 leagues, 4 divisions per league, 4 teams per division
27 games in the division (9 per opponent)
72 games outside division, but inside league (6 per opponent)
64 interleague games (4 per opponent)


See the comments at the top of the files for more details. As per request, this schedule has a few unusual characteristics such as the All-Star Break being only two days and the last week of the season, plus the last weekend being three 1-game matchups with the other divisional teams.

EDIT: Changed extension filename 20 minutes after uploading it, but did not change the file.
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gmo---

thanks for all of your schedule work. my solo league is in early 2007 and i was going to contract two teams at the end of the year to balance the two leagues. i don't like interleague play, the wildcard, or having more teams in one league or division than another (an old purest i guess). still did not like the "balanced" schedule this would create.

then i saw your schedule for 32 teams, no interleague play, and four divisions, in each league, so now instead of contartaction i will expand by two teams and re-align the Divisions. leading candidates for teams are Memphis, Portland, and Charlotte. (Expos moved to Northern Virginia after the 2005 season---won the World Series, fan interest at 90 and over 3 million in attendence-- and then MLB moves them--seems about right don't you think??) Any way thanks!!!
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1901 MLB Original Schedules

16 teams, 8 teams per league, 1 division per league

Games:
140
Length (AL): 158 days (22 weeks, 4 days)
Length (NL): 172 days (24 weeks, 4 days)
Interleague: No
Format: Balanced
A team plays 20 games against each of the 7 other opponents in the league

Year starts on: Tuesday
Season opens (AL): April 24 (Wednesday)
Season closes (AL): Sept. 28 (Saturday)
Season opens (NL): April 18 (Thursday)
Season closes (NL): Oct. 6 (Sunday)
All-Star Game: none


Here are the exact original schedules for the AL and NL in 1901.

I thought folks might like to see what a very early 20th century MLB schedule looked like. You should find it quite odd. Note that the AL started its season later and ended it earlier than did the NL. Also, there are many conflicting dates in those cities which hosted two clubs, so both of the teams ended up playing home games at the same time. Note also the stretches of idle days; Pittsburgh for example has two instances of 5 days off in a row during the summer. The AL, due to its shorter calendar length, has far fewer instaces of such off day clumping. You'll notice also that the eastern clubs in both leagues did not play Sunday home games, as none were legally permitted to. Two clubs in the NL also chose to not play Sunday games on the road either.

There are a few doubleheaders in the schedules, but not many. In the NL, each team played just 3, with one each on the three holidays: May 30th, July 4th, and Sept. 2. In the AL, western teams played 4 twin bills and eastern clubs 5. In addition to the three holidays, all AL teams played a doubleheader on the last day of the season; eastern clubs played an additional twin bill on Sept. 14.

Remember that the AL had a different roster of member clubs in 1901 than it did later, so make sure your team IDs match up to the values listed in the schedule file if you want it to properly reflect reality.

EDIT: Forgot to mention the start times. All games have been set to start at 3 p.m. local time; doubleheaders have the first game set for 2 p.m. local time and the second game 5 p.m.
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This entire thread is a god send.....to those of us who want authentic and/or more suitable schedules for our various leagues.

I can't believe how many great schedules are in this thread. Thanks to everyone who is contributing to this.
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30 team, 162 game schedule (like current MLB)

For configuration of 2 leagues, 3 divisions
League 1 (AL) has divisions of 5 (East), 5 (Central), 4 (West) teams
League 2 (NL) has divisions of 5 (East), 6 (Central), 5 (West) teams

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


See the comments at the top of the file for more details, including more about the number of games per opponent.

EDIT 2005/03/08: Two changes... The first is that the original file has been editted to remove an unintended split doubleheader where team #18 played both at team #24 and hosted team #22 on June 24 (fixed by moving 18 @ 22 to June 21). That old file should still work, though issues with doubleheaders in the game are still something of a mystery. Secondly, another version ("2") of the file was added with the layout of the games cleaned up a bit. The older version (especially the now-editted one) is fine, but the newer one may just be a bit nicer. Specifically in the older version there are cases where the guidelines of no more than 20 straight days without an offday and the average homestand/roadtrip is shorter than the newer version. Just remember that the schedule is generic so travel cannot be expected to be too realistic when used with an actual MLB-like league.
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30 team, 162 game schedules

For configuration of 2 leagues, 3 divisions where:
One league has 14 teams (in some combination of 4,5,5)
Other league has 16 teams (in some combination of 5,5,6)

Included in each of the two attached zip files are 9 separate schedules for a total of 18 schedules.

Whatever your division combination for that league setup, one schedule included will work.

If your League 1 (on left of OOTP standings screen) is the one with 14 teams and your League 2 (on the right) is the one with 16 teams, your schedule will be in the "a" file. If your League 1 has 16 teams and League 2 has 14 teams, your schedule will be in the "b" file.

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


See the comments in the appropriate included README file in the zip for more details, including more about the number of games per opponent.

These schedules are simply variations on this schedule fitting the current MLB configuration. One of these schedules is in fact that one.

EDIT 2005/03/08: As noted at just above at http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...202#post771202 (see the EDIT there) the file off which all of the versions here were made has some problems, but an updated basis file is now available. However, rather than replace all the slightly flawed files here, they will be left, and it is noted that if anyone wants a file like one of these versions (MLB-like at least in one league, except the divisions are ordered differently) the best route is to make a request for it here in this thread with the exact division layout. Then that one file, as opposed to all possible variations, can be provided using the newer basis file.
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28 team, 162 game schedules

For configuration of 2 leagues, 3 divisions where both leagues have 14 teams (in some combinations of 4,5,5).

Included in the attached zip file are 9 separate schedules.
Whatever your division combination for that league setup, one schedule included will work

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


See the comments in the included README file in the zip for more details, including more about the number of games per opponent.

These schedules are simply variations on this schedule fitting the current MLB configuration. Each league schedule is based on the schedule of the 14-team league there.

EDIT 2005/03/08: As noted at just above at http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...202#post771202 (see the EDIT there) the file off which all of the versions here were made has some problems, but an updated basis file is now available. However, rather than replace all the slightly flawed files here, they will be left, and it is noted that if anyone wants a file like one of these versions (MLB-like at least in one league, except the divisions are ordered differently) the best route is to make a request for it here in this thread with the exact division layout. Then that one file, as opposed to all possible variations, can be provided using the newer basis file.
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32 team, 162 game schedules

For configuration of 2 leagues, 3 divisions where both leagues have 16 teams (in some combinations of 5,5,6).

Included in the attached zip file are 9 separate schedules.
Whatever your division combination for that league setup, one schedule included will work

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


See the comments in the included README file in the zip for more details, including more about the number of games per opponent.

These schedules are simply variations on this schedule fitting the current MLB configuration. Each league schedule is based on the schedule of the 16-team league there.

EDIT 2005/03/08: As noted at just above at http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...202#post771202 (see the EDIT there) the file off which all of the versions here were made has some problems, but an updated basis file is now available. However, rather than replace all the slightly flawed files here, they will be left, and it is noted that if anyone wants a file like one of these versions (MLB-like at least in one league, except the divisions are ordered differently) the best route is to make a request for it here in this thread with the exact division layout. Then that one file, as opposed to all possible variations, can be provided using the newer basis file.

EDIT 2005/03/13: A {5,6,5;5,5,6} configuration is available in this post.

EDIT 2005/05/24: A {5,5,6;6,5,5} configuration is available in this post.
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16 team, 160 game schedule converted from Front Page Sports: Baseball Pro

16 teams, 8 teams per league, 1 division per league

Games:
160
Length: 182 days (26 weeks)
Interleague: Yes
Format: Balanced, with some interleague
16 games against each of the 7 other teams in the league (16 x 7 = 112 games)
6 games against each of the 8 teams in the other league (6 x 8 = 48 games)

Year starts on: Wednesday
Season opens: April 7 (Monday)
Season closes: Oct. 5 (Sunday)
All-Star Game: July 15 (Tuesday)

NOTE: The All-Star Game is not entered in the file; if you wish to have the game you will need to add it manually after you import the schedule.

Here is another conversion of a schedule found in Sierra's "Front Page Sports: Baseball Pro '98" game. The original version was actually for a 16 team league with two 8 team divisions, but since a team only plays a single series at home and away against each opponent in the other division, it seemed more suited to a two 8 team league scenario.

No doubleheaders in it of course, and off days are pretty much limited to Mondays and Thursdays. There may be cases where teams exceed the 20 days of play in a row rule, I can't say for sure there aren't. It's still a good schedule though, particularly for those looking for some interleague action with a two 8 team league alignment.

Start times have been set as follows: all home openers, Saturday games in April, May, and September, and Sunday games have been set as day games beginning at 1 p.m. All other games have been set as night games beginning at 7 p.m.

The schedule was set originally for 2003, so the year starts on value is Wednesday.
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