Innings eaters are a dying breed, which makes the true ace more valuable than ever in Fantasy Baseball. Still, there are more than enough high-upside arms to fill out a top 40, according to Scott White.
Shohei Otani is expected to sign with a major-league club this offseason, but whether he'll pitch or hit or both remains to be seen. Scott White considers the possibilities.
Aaron Judge is a player whose weaknesses are as well-documented as his strengths. So where does he land in Scott White's top 30 outfielders for 2018?
Shortstop isn't the wasteland it used to be, and the top tier seems to grow every year. But is Xander Bogaerts still part of that group? Scott White shares his top 20 at the position.
Josh Donaldson's strong finish wasn't enough to keep him in the first-round discussion, but he's still part of a growing elite tier, according to Scott White, who looks at the top 20 at third base.
Second base is as deep as any infield position these days, but it's lacking in true standouts. Scott White looks at the 20 best players the position has to offer.
First base has traditionally been the deepest position in Fantasy Baseball, and some newcomers have ensured it'll stay that way, according to Scott White.
Buster Posey has been a fixture atop the catcher rankings since breaking into the league in 2010, but Scott White says a changing of the guard is in order.
Is Bryce Harper a better bet than a waiver claim like Justin Bour or Jacoby Ellsbury? Scott White weighs the possibilities and also looks at two-start options like Collin McHugh and Jake Junis.
The end of the regular season makes for some curious pitching choices, which of course only benefits the hitters. Scott White thinks Matt Olson, Tim Anderson and Jeimer Candelario will continue to take advantage.
Final week of the season means things aren't going to go as planned, and that's certainly the case for two-start pitchers. Scott White attempts to sort out a messy situation.
Is Hunter Renfroe's three-homer game reason enough to add him? Scott White says now may not be the best time to start him, and that's what matters this time of year.
Scott White assesses Adrian Beltre's unexpected return from a "season-ending" hamstring injury as well as Matt Olson's home run binge and Tim Anderson's stolen base surge.
The Twins have terrific matchups in Fantasy Week 25 (Sept. 18-25), as do the Athletics and Tigers. Which of their hitters crack Scott White's top 10 sleepers?
As the number of six-man rotations increases and the off days become more frequent, a quality two-start option can be hard to find. Scott White pinpoints a couple in his rankings for Week 25 (Sept. 18-25).
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