2019 Fantasy Baseball prospects: Second base rankings, dynasty targets from proven MLB insider
Scott White is an award-winning Fantasy Baseball analyst
It may still be winter in many parts of the country, but MLB spring training is almost here, and Fantasy baseball owners everywhere are starting to prepare for their upcoming drafts. Whether you're playing in a redraft, keeper or dynasty league, there's value in finding that next big prospect. Who should you target? Who should you fade? And what hidden gem is the key to victory in Fantasy baseball this season? The key to finding the best prospects is using a reliable set of Fantasy baseball dynasty rankings. SportsLine's resident Fantasy baseball expert, Scott White, has sifted through scouting reports across the entire MLB farm system to identify the best 2019 Fantasy baseball prospects at every position, including second base. You should take a look before preparing for your Fantasy baseball draft.
White has spent over a decade as CBS Sports' Fantasy Baseball analyst and has been named the FSWA Baseball Writer of the Year. He was the 2017 runner-up in the famous Tout Wars league -- the most prestigious league for Fantasy Baseball experts from around the country.
Now he has studied the upcoming crop of prospects and has identified the top 10 Fantasy Baseball second basemen you need to know about heading into the 2019 MLB season. We'll give away three second base Fantasy baseball prospects with White's analysis for each.
Brujan is more of the long-term bet, and an exciting one at that, combining an exceptional batting eye with transcendent speed. The switch-hitter might just develop power, too, judging by his numbers from the left side of the plate and the fact four of his homers came after his August promotion to high Class A.
Nick Senzel, Reds
Between a torn tendon in his finger, bone spurs in his elbow and another bout with vertigo, Senzel basically lost a year of development, but the good news is he's more or less developed already. The second pick of the 2016 draft is a natural with the bat and should arrive as soon as the Reds figure out where he best fits, looking to try him in the outfield after already shifting him from third base to second.
While Vladimir Guerrero and Bo Bichette were already established as prospects, Biggio entered 2018 as more of a curiosity, yet another son of a big-league star on the same Double-A New Hampshire team. By lowering his hands to add more loft to his swing, he emerged as a prospect in his own right, selling out for power in a way that confines his batting average but making up for it with a patient approach.
White is revealing the rest of top 10 over at SportsLine, and it includes a young second baseman whose career "closely parallels Jose Altuve's." This is a prospect who could pay dividends for Fantasy Baseball players for years to come.
Who are the top 10 second base prospects that Fantasy Baseball players need to know about? And which rookie is on the fast track for success? Visit SportsLine to see Scott White's complete breakdown of the 10 best second base prospects, all from an-award winning Fantasy Baseball analyst who can give you a huge edge in your league.
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