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Old 07-07-2004, 05:51 AM   #141 (permalink)
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36 team, 162 game schedule

2 leagues, 3 divisions per league, 6 teams per division
90 games in the division (18 per opponent)
72 games outside division (6 per opponent)
no interleague games


See the comments at the top of the file for a few more details.

EDIT: File altered as of 10:30am PDT 2004/07/07 because as originally posted all offdays were the same for all teams and always on Thursdays, which was not intended. Updated file has offdays juggled a bit so that about half are on Mondays and teams have some differences in their offdays. No changes were made to the matchups.
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60 game schedule for 16 teams in two leagues

The schedule is for two leagues with two divisions each consisting of four teams (16 teams in total). Teams play four 3 game series against each other team in their division, and two 3 game series against their interdivision opponents. There is no interleague play, and no all star game.

Series are generally Tue-Thu and Fri-Sun, with a handful of Mon-Wed thrown in for variation. There is one day each week with no scheduled games. I suppose you could add an All Star Game on one of those days if you really wanted to.

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I don't have puresim, but i was checking the boards out, and thought people in this thread would like to know, the newest version of puresim coming out will have a schedule importer that imports schedules from retrosheet.

http://p089.ezboard.com/fpuresimbase...picID=91.topic
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Hee hee, I'm 2-for-2!!!

The second text-based baseball sim I managed to convince of the importance of proper baseball schedules... first OOTP, now PureSim. I'm on a roll!

I wonder though if PureSim supports doubleheaders, since many MLB seasons had a great deal of them schedules. Last I heard it didn't...
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I'd like to request a few different, odd-ball schedules for a solo league I'm setting up...the solo league is based on the concept of "Railroad Company Teams", and as the league progresses, the structure will reflect the fact that many prominent rail carriers merged into other rail carriers, thus creating a progressively smaller league...

All schedules would have the following in common:

1) 154 games
2) 60-70 interleague games per team.

And the league configurations are:

1) 16 teams, two leagues (8+8)
2) 15 teams, two leagues (8+7)
3) 14 teams, two leagues (7+7)
4) 12 teams, two leagues (6+6)
5) 10 teams, two leagues (5+5)
6) 9 teams, two leagues (5+4)
7) 8 teams, two leagues (4+4)

The two odd ones are, obvioulsly, the 15- and 9-team configurations. Eveything else I should be able to do with Stickware...so those two are the ones I could use the most.

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Old 07-13-2004, 06:37 AM   #146 (permalink)
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Here is the classic 16 team 154 game format used by MLB from 1904 to 1960.
The problem with this is that there are not enough off-days for OOTP purposes. non-catcher everyday players often played almost every game in those days but in OOTP would lose a lot of games to fatigue with this schedule. I think each team needs an off-day every 6 or 7 games to replicate this accurately. Great work though.

I'm going to edit this to give more offdays properly staggered. I'll post it here when I'm done.
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40 team, 162 game schedule

2 leagues, 4 divisions in each, 5 teams per division

72 games in the division (18 per opponent)
90 games outside division against other teams in league (6 per opponent)
no interleague games



See the comments at the top of the file for more details.

Note that the 19th and 20th games (if applicable) on any given day on the OOTP6 schedule screen may not show up very well, if at all. The games are there, you just may not have ready access to them on that screen.
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The problem with this is that there are not enough off-days for OOTP purposes ... I think each team needs an off-day every 6 or 7 games to replicate this accurately.
It should be noted that Tiger Fan used as his base an MLB schedule from the 1930's, but since the MLB schedules during the 16 team era exhibited some variation in their construction this means some aspects of them thus won't be reflected.

From 1901-1902, the AL schedule ran some two weeks shorter than did the NL's. In 1903 the two leagues then began cooperating more in their schedules, and both ran within 1-2 days of the other's.

From 1904-1918, the schedules were usually around 177-179 days long (25 weeks and 2-4 days).

After a one year reduction to 140 games in 1919, in 1920 the season went back to 154 games. But the calendar length had been cut back to 173-174 days (24 weeks and 5-6 days).

In 1930, the calendar length was cut again, down to 167-168 days (23 weeks and 6 days, or 24 weeks exactly), which is where it basically stayed up to 1958.

The only other major change in the MLB schedules happened in 1936, where the number of intersectional trips (that is, the number of times eastern clubs took trips west to play western clubs, and the number of times western clubs took trips east to play eastern clubs) was changed. Previously, the number of trips had been three. This meant, for example,that three times during the season Brooklyn would travel west to play a series against each of the western clubs (Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago, and St. Louis) on that road trip. The result of this was some fairly long road trips.

In 1936, the number of intersectional trips was increased to four. Now Brooklyn would make four separate road trips on which it would play a series against each western club. The result of this change was to reduce the typical length of a road trip.

Another part of the scheduling during the pre-1934 period involved the fact that a number of teams were not allowed to play Sunday home games. This meant one less day per week a team could host games, which of course contributed to the occurrence of 1-game series as well as tending to make the schedules take longer to play out.

Anyway, what I'd suggest is if you're extending Tiger Fan's schedule is to leave Sunday as open dates for the eastern clubs and Mondays as open dates for western clubs during each week. This would reasonably mimic the situation as it existed for many years in MLB, plus it gives you the one off day per week you are looking for. Alternatively, you could take a real MLB schedule of approximately the right calendar length and modify as needed. I'd suggest the 1912 or 1913 seasons as good candidates.
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40 team, 162 game schedule

2 leagues, 4 divisions in each, 5 teams per division

72 games in the division (18 per opponent)
90 games outside division against other teams in league (6 per opponent)
no interleague games



See the comments at the top of the file for more details.

Note that the 19th and 20th games (if applicable) on any given day on the OOTP6 schedule screen may not show up very well, if at all. The games are there, you just may not have ready access to them on that screen.
Hi,
First off, great work on all these schedules! That goes for LGO too

Would this 40-team schedule also work for a setup of 2 leagues, 2 divisions in each, 10 teams per division? (http://slfc.netfirms.com/NABCStadingsReport.html)


EDIT: Actually, forget that question. What I really want for this league is no interleague play along with no interdivisonal play. Think of it as four separate leagues. That isn't possible with OOTP so I had to use two divisions per league. Perhaps I can work with one of the 10-team schedules already posted.

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Here is a 20 team schedule that is loosely based on the 1965 season. It is set up for 2 10 team leagues in one division but will work fine if you have 2 5-team divisions in each of your leagues.

It is a balanced schedule which has no interleague play - each club plays the other 9 teams in its league 18 teams.

Doubleheaders are removed so this schedule is nowhere perfect. April is a terrible month as soon teams have 3 and 4 off days while others play every day. However, I made every effort to ensure a decent schedule to close the season so you dont get those 1 game series at the end.

I just attribute all the April problems to bad weather- as if the games were all rained out. Feel free to improve on it if you can.

Also, it will work for any year you want to start but for the first season the year may display wrong on your schedule pages. It will correct itself in year 2 of your league.

I have some better schedules which I will upload soon.
This schedule should work fine for my league after some modifications. Sounds like I just need to double up from 20 teams to 40. Thanks Tiger Fan!

Sorry for the double post too.
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I am desperately trying to get a schedule for the FMLB, it would consist of:

- 12 team league (2 leagues of 6 teams each, no divisions)
- 158 game season
- 22 games against each of the 5 other teams in your own league (4/4/3 home, 4/4/3 away)
- 8 interleague games against each of the 6 teams in the other league (4 home/4 away)


If anyone could help me out here, the FMLB would greatly appreciate it!

Thanks,

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16/15/14/12/10/9/8-team, 154 game schedules

2 leagues, 1 division per league, varying teams per division
(or 1 league, 2 divisions per league)
84-98 games within league
56-70 interleague games


Comes pretty close to the specs from ericjaffe. The files are all in the zip. See each schedule for further details (or the README file included in the zip). Of course where there are odd numbers of team, those are odd schedules, with one team always off at any given time.
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32-team, 154 game schedule

2 leagues, 2 divisions per league, 8 teams per division
90 games in the division (12-13 per opponent)
64 games outside division (8 per opponent)
no interleague games


See the comments at the top of the file for a few more details. This schedule is simply a "doubling-up" of the 16 team schedule found here where the two-league, one-division each setup is applied to each of two two-division leagues.
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30 team, 154 game schedules

2 leagues, 2 divisions per league, in each league combo of 7 & 8 teams in divisions
For 8 team divisions:
-98 games in the division (14 per opponent)
-56 games outside division (8 per opponent)
For 7 team divisions:
-90 games in the division (15 per opponent)
-64 games outside division (8 per opponent)
no interleague games


See the comments at the top of the individual files within the zip for a few more details. This schedule is simply a "doubling-up" of the 15 team schedule found here where the two-league, one-division each setup is applied to each of two two-division leagues.

With an odd number of teams in each league and no interleague, one team per league is always off.

Four different versions of the schedule are included in the zip file because there are four possible configurations of the divisions.
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28 team, 154 game schedule

2 leagues, 2 divisions per league, 7 teams per division
84 games in the division (14 per opponent)
70 games outside division (10 per opponent)
no interleague games


See the comments at the top of the file for a few more details. This schedule is simply a "doubling-up" of the 14 team schedule found here where the two-league, one-division each setup is applied to each of two two-division leagues.
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24 team, 154 game schedule

2 leagues, 2 divisions per league, 6 teams per division
94 games in the division (18-19 per opponent)
60 games outside division (10 per opponent)
no interleague games


See the comments at the top of the file for a few more details. This schedule is simply a "doubling-up" of the 12 team schedule found here where the two-league, one-division each setup is applied to each of two two-division leagues.
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20 team, 154 game schedule

2 leagues, 2 divisions per league, 5 teams per division
84 games in the division (21 per opponent)
70 games outside division (14 per opponent)
no interleague games


See the comments at the top of the file for a few more details. This schedule is simply a "doubling-up" of the 10 team schedule found here where the two-league, one-division each setup is applied to each of two two-division leagues.
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18 team, 154 game schedules

2 leagues, 2 divisions per league, in each league combo of 4 & 5 teams in divisions
For 5 team divisions:
-98 games in the division (24-25 per opponent)
-56 games outside division (14 per opponent)
For 4 team divisions:
-84 games in the division (28 per opponent)
-70 games outside division (14 per opponent)
no interleague games


See the comments at the top of the file for a few more details. This schedule is simply a "doubling-up" of the 9 team schedule found here where the two-league, one-division each setup is applied to each of two two-division leagues.

With an odd number of teams in each league and no interleague, one team per league is always off.

Four different versions of the schedule are included in the zip file because there are four possible configurations of the divisions.
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16 team, 154 game schedule

2 leagues, 2 divisions per league, 4 teams per division
90 games in the division (30 per opponent)
64 games outside division (16 per opponent)
no interleague games


See the comments at the top of the file for a few more details. This schedule is simply a "doubling-up" of the 8 team schedule found here where the two-league, one-division each setup is applied to each of two two-division leagues.
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