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Old 06-12-2019, 02:29 AM   #1
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So Grateful if Someone Could Make this One

I know this is super specific, but it's exactly what I want and if I only could figure out how to do it myself i would but... here it goes.


16 total teams. 2 leagues, 2 divisions each, 4 teams in each division.


Each team plays a 3 game series home and a 3 game series away (3H3A total 6 games) against the 8 teams in the other league. 8X6=48 games.


Each team plays TWO 3 game series home and TWO 3 game series away (6H6A total 12 games) against the the 4 teams in the other division in their league. 4X12=48 games.


Each team plays THREE 3 game series AND ONE 2 game series at home and THREE 3 game series AND ONE 2 game series away (11H11A total 22 games) against the other 3 teams in their division. 3X22=66 games.


48 games against other league plus 48 games against the other division plus 66 games in the division = 162 games.
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Old 06-12-2019, 09:50 PM   #2
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When I see 162 games and things not otherwise specified, I assume something MLB-like - starting around Apr1 or a bit before, ending around Oct1 or a bit after, All-Star Game in early/mid-July. Is that correct here?

I also want to suggest a slight tweak to your plan, specifically the series breakdown for the division games. As described it works out to 56 series. Rather than all 2/3/3/3 for the 11 games, if it is 3/4/4 for the 11 games against two of the division opponents (and still 2/3/3/3 against the other one) then that adds up to 52 series. With 52 series and playing 2 series per week that is the same as how MLB does it right now. Not a requirement that it be that way, but it makes it an easier build.
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When I see 162 games and things not otherwise specified, I assume something MLB-like - starting around Apr1 or a bit before, ending around Oct1 or a bit after, All-Star Game in early/mid-July. Is that correct here?

I also want to suggest a slight tweak to your plan, specifically the series breakdown for the division games. As described it works out to 56 series. Rather than all 2/3/3/3 for the 11 games, if it is 3/4/4 for the 11 games against two of the division opponents (and still 2/3/3/3 against the other one) then that adds up to 52 series. With 52 series and playing 2 series per week that is the same as how MLB does it right now. Not a requirement that it be that way, but it makes it an easier build.

Oh, yeah, okay. You know I totally forgot to consider number of series but you're right, that would make it too many series. I like your idea a lot if it can be implemented that way. And yes, this is a MLB like universe... or will be anyway when I get done setting it up.



I so wish I knew how to do it myself. Do I just need a spreadsheet or does one need a database manager to do these things?

ADDED: Wow, I read that stuff at your link above "making baseball schedules" and what a great source of info. Man you know what you're doing. I just opened up one with my spreadsheet and it worked... or at least it opened up and is letting me edit the cells in there. Don't know if I have to save it in a certain format or not but I'm guessing just saving it over itself would suffice. I still don't know enough to make a schedule, but I'm going to play around with this thing just to see if I can learn, especially after reading all of that stuff at the link above. Almost made me feel smart!!

Ugh, I thought it was a spreadsheet I was working in, instead it's a daggone word processing document treating everything as text. Don't thin that's going to work lol. I must be losing my mind thinking that was a spreadsheet but I sure did play around with it a few minutes and thought it was.
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Old 06-14-2019, 12:34 AM   #4
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Code:
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# 16 team schedule, 162 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 2 subleagues, each with 2 division of 4 teams
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# 22 games against 3 other teams in division (11H/11A)
# 12 games against 4 teams in other division in subleague (6H/6A)
# 6 games against 8 teams in other subleague (3H/3A)
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# Teams play no more than 20 consecutive days without offday
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# Homestands and roadtrips as long as 13 games
# All-Star break counted as ending homestands/roadtrips
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# Team play 13-14 home weekend series
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# All game times set at 7:05pm
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# Season begins Friday before first Monday of April
# Season ends late-September/early-October
# Season spans 185 days
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# All-Star Game in early/mid-July (season day number 103)
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# Built 2019-06-13
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