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Old 02-14-2005, 02:13 AM   #101
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1994 MLB Original Schedules

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

Games:
162
Length: 182 days (AL); 183 days (NL)
Interleague: No
Format: Balanced
A team plays 13 games against 6 of its league opponents (13 x 6 = 78 games)
A team plays 12 games against 7 of its league opponents (12 x 7 = 84 games)

NOTE: To see the exact breakdown of which teams play which and how many times, see the matchup grids in the schedulenotes file.

Year starts on: Saturday
Season opens: Sun. Apr. 3 (NL); Mon. Apr. 4 (AL)
Season closes: Sun. Oct. 2
All-Star Game: Tue. July 12

Total scheduled doubleheaders: 1

Average home stand length: 6.9 games
Average of longest home stands: 11.0 games
Longest home stand: 14 games (BOS, TEX, LAN)

Average road trip length: 6.9 games
Average of longest road trips: 10.8 games
Longest road trip: 14 games (BOS)

Average stretch of consecutive play: 8.6 days
Average of longest stretches of consecutive play: 19.6 days
Longest stretch of consecutive play: 20 days (twenty-four clubs)

Series scheduled
2-game: 055
3-game: 534
4-game: 139
TOTAL:w728


Also included for this year is a strike-shortened version of the schedules. Due to a players' strike which commenced on Aug. 12, play was halted. The strike dragged on without resolution, and on Sept. 14 the rest of the regular season and all of the post-season were cancelled. At the time of the work stoppage, teams had played between 113-118 games, with the average being 115 games.
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Old 02-20-2005, 06:44 PM   #102
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1995 MLB Original Schedules

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

Games:
162
Length: 182 days (AL); 183 days (NL)
Interleague: No
Format: Balanced
A team plays 13 games against 6 of its league opponents (13 x 6 = 78 games)
A team plays 12 games against 7 of its league opponents (12 x 7 = 84 games)

NOTE: To see the exact breakdown of which teams play which and how many times, see the matchup grids in the schedulenotes file.

Year starts on: Sunday
Season opens: Sun. Apr. 2 (NL); Mon. Apr. 3 (AL)
Season closes: Sun. Oct. 1
All-Star Game: Tue. July 11

Total scheduled doubleheaders: 2

Average home stand length: 6.8 games
Average of longest home stands: 11.2 games
Longest home stand: 13 games (BAL, DET, MON, SFN)

Average road trip length: 6.8 games
Average of longest road trips: 11.1 games
Longest road trip: 14 games (MON)

Average stretch of consecutive play: 8.6 days
Average of longest stretches of consecutive play: 19.1 days
Longest stretch of consecutive play: 23 days (TOR)

Series scheduled
1-game: 001
2-game: 086
3-game: 473
4-game: 169
TOTAL:w729


Also included for this year is the official strike-shortened version of the schedules. Due to the players' strike which had commenced late in the previous season, the start of the 1995 season was delayed. The strike was finally settled on Apr.2, 1995, and in order to give sufficient time for a spring training period the schedule was officially revised. The season was reduced to 144 games per team and the opening of the season pushed back to Tues. Apr. 25. A total of 312 games on the original 1995 schedule were affected by the strike and schedule revisions, with 252 of these games being cancelled while the remaining 60 were rescheduled for play during the shortened season.
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1996 MLB Original Schedules

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

Games:
162
Length: 182 days (NL); 183 days (AL)
Interleague: No
Format: Balanced
A team plays 13 games against 6 of its league opponents (13 x 6 = 78 games)
A team plays 12 games against 7 of its league opponents (12 x 7 = 84 games)

NOTE: To see the exact breakdown of which teams play which and how many times, see the matchup grids in the schedulenotes file.

Year starts on: Tuesday
Season opens: Sun. Mar. 31 (AL); Mon. Apr. 1 (NL)
Season closes: Sun. Sept. 29
All-Star Game: Tue. July 9

Total scheduled doubleheaders: 1

Average home stand length: 7.0 games
Average of longest home stands: 11.3 games
Longest home stand: 14 games (ATL, FLO, SFN)

Average road trip length: 7.0 games
Average of longest road trips: 11.5 games
Longest road trip: 17 games (ATL)

Average stretch of consecutive play: 8.5 days
Average of longest stretches of consecutive play: 19.5 days
Longest stretch of consecutive play: 21 days (KCA)

Series scheduled
2-game: 092
3-game: 461
4-game: 174
5-game: 001
TOTAL:w728
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Old 02-20-2005, 06:49 PM   #104
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Getting closer to the end... just 8 seasons left, plus the 2005 schedule which I'll have to start putting together soon now that exhibition season is just around the corner.
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How are the remaining schedules coming?

I really would like to have the 1998 schedule if it is completed. Otherwise there's no rush.

ps. of coarse your avatar looks really nice.

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Old 03-16-2005, 12:15 AM   #106
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You're in luck, it should only be another couple of days before I post up the 1997-2005 seasons.
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1997 MLB Original Schedules

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

Games:
162
Length: 181 days
Interleague: Yes
Format: Balanced
A team plays 12 games against its divisional opponents, 11 games against the other opponents in the league, and 15-16 interleague games.

NOTE: To see the exact breakdown of which teams play which and how many times, see the matchup grids in the schedulenotes file.

Year starts on: Wednesday
Season opens: Tue. Apr. 1
Season closes: Sun. Sept. 28
All-Star Game: Tue. July 8

Total scheduled doubleheaders: 1

Average home stand length: 6.1 games
Average of longest home stands: 10.5 games
Longest home stand: 13 games (CLE)

Average road trip length: 6.1 games
Average of longest road trips: 10.7 games
Longest road trip: 13 games (OAK, PIT, COL)

Average stretch of consecutive play: 9.1 days
Average of longest stretches of consecutive play: 19.8 days
Longest stretch of consecutive play: 21 days (NYA, TOR, CLE)

Series scheduled
2-game: 301
3-game: 370
4-game: 139
TOTAL:w810
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Old 03-18-2005, 11:32 PM   #108
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1998 MLB Original Schedules

30 teams, 14 teams in the first league and 16 in the second league;
3 divisions of 5, 5, and 4 teams in the first league and 3 divisions of 5, 6, and 5 teams in the second league


Games: 162
Length: 181 days
Interleague: Yes
Format: Balanced (AL); Semi-Balanced (NL)
AL: A team plays 12 games against its divisional opponents, 10-11 games against the other opponents in the league, and 16 interleague games.
NL: A team plays 11-12 games against its divisional opponents, 8-12 games against the other opponents in the league, and 12-16 interleague games.

NOTE: To see the exact breakdown of which teams play which and how many times, see the matchup grids in the schedulenotes file.

Year starts on: Thursday
Season opens: Tue. Mar. 31
Season closes: Sun. Sept. 27
All-Star Game: Tue. July 7

Total scheduled doubleheaders: 1

Average home stand length: 6.1 games
Average of longest home stands: 11.1 games
Longest home stand: 14 games (SDN)

Average road trip length: 6.1 games
Average of longest road trips: 10.8 games
Longest road trip: 13 games (FLO, COL)

Average stretch of consecutive play: 9.2 days
Average of longest stretches of consecutive play: 19.2 days
Longest stretch of consecutive play: 21 days (ATL, SLN)

Series scheduled
2-game: 241
3-game: 472
4-game: 133
TOTAL:w846
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Old 03-18-2005, 11:37 PM   #109
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1999 MLB Original Schedules

30 teams, 14 teams in the first league and 16 in the second league;
3 divisions of 5, 5, and 4 teams in the first league and 3 divisions of 5, 6, and 5 teams in the second league

Games:
162
Length: 182 days (AL); 183 days (NL)
Interleague: Yes
Format: Semi-Balanced
AL: A team plays 12-13 games against its divisional opponents, 9-12 games against the other opponents in the league, and 18 interleague games.
NL: A team plays 12-13 games against its divisional opponents, 7-9 games against the other opponents in the league, and 12-18 interleague games.

NOTE: To see the exact breakdown of which teams play which and how many times, see the matchup grids in the schedulenotes file.

Year starts on: Friday
Season opens: Sun. Apr. 4 (NL); Mon. Apr. 5 (AL)
Season closes: Sun. Oct. 3
All-Star Game: Tue. July 13

Total scheduled doubleheaders: none

Average home stand length: 6.5 games
Average of longest home stands: 11.5 games
Longest home stand: 13 games (twelve clubs)

Average road trip length: 6.5 games
Average of longest road trips: 11.5 games
Longest road trip: 13 games (eight clubs)

Average stretch of consecutive play: 8.6 days
Average of longest stretches of consecutive play: 19.2 days
Longest stretch of consecutive play: 24 days (MIL)

Series scheduled
2-game: 040
3-game: 610
4-game: 130
TOTAL:w780
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2000 MLB Original Schedules

30 teams, 14 teams in the first league and 16 in the second league;
3 divisions of 5, 5, and 4 teams in the first league and 3 divisions of 5, 6, and 5 teams in the second league

Games:
162
Length: 182 days (AL); 187 days (NL)
Interleague: Yes
Format: Semi-Balanced
AL: A team plays 12-13 games against its divisional opponents, 9-12 games against the other opponents in the league, and 18 interleague games.
NL: A team plays 12-13 games against its divisional opponents, 7-9 games against the other opponents in the league, and 12-18 interleague games.

NOTE: To see the exact breakdown of which teams play which and how many times, see the matchup grids in the schedulenotes file.

Year starts on: Sunday
Season opens: Wed. Mar. 29 (NL); Mon. Apr. 3 (AL)
Season closes: Sun. Oct. 1
All-Star Game: Tue. July 11

Total scheduled doubleheaders: none

Average home stand length: 6.6 games
Average of longest home stands: 11.3 games
Longest home stand: 14 games (ARI)

Average road trip length: 6.6 games
Average of longest road trips: 11.4 games
Longest road trip: 13 games (seven clubs)

Average stretch of consecutive play: 8.5 days
Average of longest stretches of consecutive play: 19.5 days
Longest stretch of consecutive play: 21 days (eight clubs)

Series scheduled
1-game: 002
2-game: 035
3-game: 622
4-game: 123
TOTAL:w782
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2001 MLB Original Schedules

30 teams, 14 teams in the first league and 16 in the second league;
3 divisions of 5, 5, and 4 teams in the first league and 3 divisions of 5, 6, and 5 teams in the second league

Games:
162
Length: 182 days (NL); 183 days (AL)
Interleague: Yes
Format: Divisional
AL: A team plays 19-20 games against its divisional opponents, 6-9 games against the other opponents in the league, and 18 interleague games.
NL: A team plays 16-19 games against its divisional opponents, 6-9 games against the other opponents in the league, and 12-18 interleague games.

NOTE: To see the exact breakdown of which teams play which and how many times, see the matchup grids in the schedulenotes file.

Year starts on: Monday
Season opens: Sun. Apr. 1 (AL); Mon. Apr. 2 (NL)
Season closes: Sun. Sept. 30
All-Star Game: Tue. July 10

Total scheduled doubleheaders: 1

Average home stand length: 6.4 games
Average of longest home stands: 11.5 games
Longest home stand: 13 games (nine clubs)

Average road trip length: 6.3 games
Average of longest road trips: 11.0 games
Longest road trip: 13 games (six clubs)

Average stretch of consecutive play: 8.6 days
Average of longest stretches of consecutive play: 19.3 days
Longest stretch of consecutive play: 20 days (twenty clubs)

Series scheduled
1-game: 003
2-game: 029
3-game: 635
4-game: 116
TOTAL:w783


Also included for this year is alternate version of the schedules reflecting the changes made as a result of 9/11. Due to the tragic events of that day, MLB postponed all games for the next six days. Play resumed on Mon. Sept. 17th. To allow time for the games that had been postponed to be played, the season was extended by one week, with the new closing date of the season being Sun. Oct. 7th. Games that were postponed from Sept. 11-16 were rescheduled for play from Oct. 1-7.
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2002 MLB Original Schedules

30 teams, 14 teams in the first league and 16 in the second league;
3 divisions of 5, 5, and 4 teams in the first league and 3 divisions of 5, 6, and 5 teams in the second league

Games:
162
Length: 182 days (NL); 183 days (AL)
Interleague: Yes
Format: Divisional
AL: A team plays 19-20 games against its divisional opponents, 6-9 games against the other opponents in the league, and 18 interleague games.
NL: A team plays 17-19 games against its divisional opponents, 6-7 games against the other opponents in the league, and 12-18 interleague games.

NOTE: To see the exact breakdown of which teams play which and how many times, see the matchup grids in the schedulenotes file.

Year starts on: Tuesday
Season opens: Sun. Mar. 31 (AL); Mon. Apr. 1 (NL)
Season closes: Sun. Sept. 29
All-Star Game: Tue. July 9

Total scheduled doubleheaders: none

Average home stand length: 6.7 games
Average of longest home stands: 11.8 games
Longest home stand: 14 games (SEA)

Average road trip length: 6.7 games
Average of longest road trips: 11.5 games
Longest road trip: 14 games (FLO)

Average stretch of consecutive play: 8.7 days
Average of longest stretches of consecutive play: 19.8 days
Longest stretch of consecutive play: 20 days (twenty-eight clubs)

Series scheduled
2-game: 053
3-game: 584
4-game: 143
TOTAL:w780
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2003 MLB Original Schedules

30 teams, 14 teams in the first league and 16 in the second league;
3 divisions of 5, 5, and 4 teams in the first league and 3 divisions of 5, 6, and 5 teams in the second league

Games:
162
Length: 182 days (NL); 183 days (AL)
Interleague: Yes
Format: Divisional
AL: A team plays 19-20 games against its divisional opponents, 6-9 games against the other opponents in the league, and 18 interleague games.
NL: A team plays 16-19 games against its divisional opponents, 6-9 games against the other opponents in the league, and 12-18 interleague games.

NOTE: To see the exact breakdown of which teams play which and how many times, see the matchup grids in the schedulenotes file.

Year starts on: Wednesday
Season opens: Sun. Mar. 30 (AL); Mon. Mar. 31 (NL)
Season closes: Sun. Sept. 28
All-Star Game: Tue. July 15

Total scheduled doubleheaders: 1

Average home stand length: 6.5 games
Average of longest home stands: 11.0 games
Longest home stand: 16 games (MON)

Average road trip length: 6.5 games
Average of longest road trips: 11.1 games
Longest road trip: 14 games (CHA, CHN)

Average stretch of consecutive play: 8.6 days
Average of longest stretches of consecutive play: 18.9 days
Longest stretch of consecutive play: 20 days (eighteen clubs)

Series scheduled
2-game: 044
3-game: 602
4-game: 134
TOTAL:w780


Also included for this year is the originally planned version of the schedules. The season was to have had Seattle playing Oakland for two games in Tokyo on Mar. 25-26 to open the AL season. Due to security concerns arising out of the Iraq War, the games in Tokyo were cancelled and the two contests rescheduled for play in Oakland later in the season. The AL's season opener now fell on Sun. Mar. 30th. Because this change took place before the season began, it is considered to be part of the official schedule.

I decided to also include the originally planned version of the schedules with the Tokyo games in case some folks wanted to play out their seasons with this earlier opening date.
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2004 MLB Original Schedules

30 teams, 14 teams in the first league and 16 in the second league;
3 divisions of 5, 5, and 4 teams in the first league and 3 divisions of 5, 6, and 5 teams in the second league

Games:
162
Length: 182 days (NL); 188 days (AL)
Interleague: Yes
Format: Divisional
AL: A team plays 19-20 games against its divisional opponents, 6-9 games against the other opponents in the league, and 18 interleague games.
NL: A team plays 17-19 games against its divisional opponents, 6-8 games against the other opponents in the league, and 12-18 interleague games.

NOTE: To see the exact breakdown of which teams play which and how many times, see the matchup grids in the schedulenotes file.

Year starts on: Friday
Season opens: Tue. Mar. 30 (AL); Mon. Apr. 5 (NL)
Season closes: Sun. Oct. 3
All-Star Game: Tue. July 13

Total scheduled doubleheaders: none

Average home stand length: 6.6 games
Average of longest home stands: 11.2 games
Longest home stand: 14 games (PHI)

Average road trip length: 6.6 games
Average of longest road trips: 11.5 games
Longest road trip: 14 games (TEX, SFN)

Average stretch of consecutive play: 8.6 days
Average of longest stretches of consecutive play: 19.2 days
Longest stretch of consecutive play: 20 days (twenty clubs)

Series scheduled
2-game: 043
3-game: 604
4-game: 133
TOTAL:w780
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2005 MLB Original Schedules

30 teams, 14 teams in the first league and 16 in the second league;
3 divisions of 5, 5, and 4 teams in the first league and 3 divisions of 5, 6, and 5 teams in the second league

Games:
162
Length: 182 days (NL); 183 days (AL)
Interleague: Yes
Format: Divisional
AL: A team plays 18-19 games against its divisional opponents, 6-10 games against the other opponents in the league, and 18 interleague games.
NL: A team plays 15-19 games against its divisional opponents, 6-10 games against the other opponents in the league, and 12-18 interleague games.

NOTE: To see the exact breakdown of which teams play which and how many times, see the matchup grids in the schedulenotes file.

Year starts on: Saturday
Season opens: Sun. Apr. 3 (AL); Mon. Apr. 4 (NL)
Season closes: Sun. Oct. 2
All-Star Game: Tue. July 12

Total scheduled doubleheaders: none

Average home stand length: 6.7 games
Average of longest home stands: 11.7 games
Longest home stand: 13 games (eleven clubs)

Average road trip length: 6.7 games
Average of longest road trips: 11.5 games
Longest road trip: 13 games (seven clubs)

Average stretch of consecutive play: 8.7 days
Average of longest stretches of consecutive play: 18.1 days
Longest stretch of consecutive play: 23 days (COL)

Series scheduled
2-game: 042
3-game: 606
4-game: 132
TOTAL:w780
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Old 03-19-2005, 12:05 AM   #116
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And there you have it at last! The complete run of MLB schedules from 1901-2005, not to mention some alternative versions of the schedules for several seasons.

I hope you guys enjoy them!

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The OOTP boards don't allow attachments large enough to include the entire set in only one or two files, so hopefully combined zips can be uploaded to another site so instead of downloading the seasons one at a time you have the option to get all the seasons at once.

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LGO, your energy and attention to detail are matchless.

Having said that (and meaning it), I want to remind you about a problem with team numbers in the early half of the 20th century, which causes Boston (N) and Brooklyn to be transposed in the schedules. BSN should be team #9, and BRO should be team #10.

It's easy enough to modify the Excel files and set things right, but people should know that this step is necessary.
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LGO, your energy and attention to detail are matchless.

Having said that (and meaning it), I want to remind you about a problem with team numbers in the early half of the 20th century, which causes Boston (N) and Brooklyn to be transposed in the schedules. BSN should be team #9, and BRO should be team #10.

It's easy enough to modify the Excel files and set things right, but people should know that this step is necessary.
Noted. And not forgotten incidentally, I'm going to replace the necessary seasons - I'm just not sure when yet, but hopefully not too long.

If someone wants to host combined zips they'll also have corrected files for the appropriate seasons.
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The last set of schedules are missing the csv files. Is this on purpose?

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Yes.

It doesn't matter whether the schedule file has a .txt or .csv ending, OOTP will import it just the same. I got tired of renaming the files, and since the file name extension makes no difference in OOTP's importing of the schedule, I stopped renaming the files.
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