Whether you're still in it or out of it in 2018, it doesn't hurt to start planning for next year. Scott White begins at the beginning with his projected first two rounds.
The top 30 outfielders for next year feature many of the usual suspects, but our Scott White ranks two 2018 rookies especially high and an expected 2019 rookie not too far behind.
If you blinked in September, you missed quite a bit. Scott White gives you the rundown, already looking ahead to 2019.
Is it possible shortstop is now one of the deepest positions in Fantasy? The one-time wasteland seems to get a little better every year, according to Scott White.
Third base is shaping up to be one of the deepest of all positions in 2019 — that is, if the high-end players do what they're supposed to do. Our Scott White takes a closer look.
At a time when position scarcity is supposed to be on the outs, second base is surprisingly short on high-end options. That's what happens after a season when so much went wrong, writes our Scott White.
With the 2018 season drawing to a close, Scott White considers which pitchers and hitters might offer some production in the final week.
You'll find two-start pitcher rankings here, but Scott White says they may not be of as much help in Week 27 (Sept. 24-30).
Final week means starting lineups that are less rigid than ever, but Scott White has found at least 10 hitters he feels comfortable using.
A Tigers rookie makes his presence known while Luke Voit continues to power up for the Yankees. Scott White considers whether they're worthy additions for the season's final week.
First base may not be as loaded with studs as in years past, but it's certainly not lacking in depth, according to Scott White.
There may not be a miracle pickup available on the waiver wire this time of year, but that doesn't stop you from making a defensive claim, according to Scott White.
Just how far does Gary Sanchez slide after his disastrous 2018? Well, who's moving ahead of him? Scott White struggles to find 20 players worth ranking at Fantasy Baseball's weakest position.
Adalberto Mondesi basically steals a base every time he plays now, and Ty Buttrey looks like the new Angels closer. But is it too little, too late for them? Scott White plays the waiver wire with only two weeks to go.
There's plenty of reason to love the Rays in Week 26 (Sept. 17-23), according to Scott White, who also says Fantasy owners should look to take advantage of Scott Schebler's reverse platoon splits.
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