Aroldis Chapman's move to the Cubs doesn't impact his Fantasy value too much, according to Scott White, but it does shake up the relief pitcher landscape.
Alex Bregman is on his way to Houston, and Scott White says this is a callup that should go right for Fantasy owners.
Jose Bautista is back, and utility players like Javier Baez and Brock Holt are set to do some damage. Scott White looks at the best and worst matchups for the week ahead.
The Rangers lost two hitters and the Dodgers two pitchers, but Scott White likes Jose De Leon's prospects better than Joey Gallo's right now. He gives his five minor-leaguers to stash.
Tyler Skaggs is nearing the end of his rehab assignment while Steve Pearce is back to playing every day. Scott White gives both his stamp of approval while weighing in on Jedd Gyorko and Ryan Schmipf.
The season isn't over yet, in case you haven't heard, and a pitcher's outlook can change with every start. Scott White has come up with a few who still have yet to put their best foot forward.
A couple rookies have offered surprising power off the waiver wire, but Scott White is still skeptical. Meanwhile, Aaron Nola appears to have rediscovered his form, and Mike Leake is better than ever.
Yuliesky Gurriel has a home now, which begins the countdown to his arrival. But does he block prospect Alex Bregman? Scott White considers the Astros' options.
A full slate at Coors Field makes for no shortage of sleeper hitters, according to Scott White, who gives his hitter recommendations for Fantasy Week 16 (July 18-24).
They're not all the best prospects, but they might be the best you'll find on waivers in a long-term keeper league. Scott White shares his fastest rising prospects of the first half.
Drew Pomeranz may have flown under the radar in San Diego, but according to Scott White, he's about to get front-line treatment in Boston, for better or worse.
A shorter week makes for a higher margin for error. Scott White looks to reduce it by identifying the five best and worst hitter matchups.
The prospect scene has changed so much since this spring that it's worth taking inventory again. Scott White ranks the best who haven't appeared in the majors yet.
Sure, baseball has its All-Stars, but what about Fantasy Baseball? Scott White & Company put together a team, and the criteria is a little different.
Trea Turner is back in the big leagues, but will he stick around this time? Scott White looks at that and how the Aaron Hill trade impacts Orlando Arcia's timetable.
Raised in Atlanta by a board game-loving family during the dawn of the '90s Braves dynasty, Scott White was easy prey for the Fantasy Sports, in particular Fantasy Baseball, and has devoted his adulthood to understanding this game about a game. In another time, they would have castigated him for entertaining such fancies, but in these times of plenty, they dress him in a suit and parade him to the masses. Though a believer in the numbers, they're to him no substitute for intuition and common sense. Follow Scott @CBSScottWhite