Time to get back to thinking about seven-day scoring periods, beginning with Week 18 (July 23-29). Scott White shares some of his favorite two-start pitchers.
Wondering how you can save your pitching staff? Scott White has eight breakout picks for the second half.
A new half is set to begin. What sort of surprises are in store? Scott White has eight from the hitter side of the equation.
The Manny Machado is a big win for the Dodgers, but it'll eventually come at the expense of others' playing time. Scott White looks at an increasingly crowded infield and outfield.
How much difference can an extra game or two make? In a short week, plenty. Scott White shares his top 10 sleeper hitters for a pint-sized Week 17 (July 19-22).
The short week after the All-Star break eliminates the possibility for two-start pitchers, so instead, Scott White offers his favorite one-start options owned in less than 80 percent of leagues.
The All-Star break approaches, making now a perfect time to reflect and project. Scott White considers what the first two rounds of next year's draft might look like based on what we've learned so far this year.
A preseason top 100 was sufficient then, but things have changed in half a season's time. Scott White reassesses the prospect landscape, focusing on those who have yet to reach the majors.
Seems like more high-profile players are coming off the DL than going on as we approach the All-Star break. Scott White welcomes the chance to stash a few players with longer-term injuries.
With so many teams playing eight games this week, where else are you going to look for sleepers? Scott White gives you his favorite 10.
A busy Week 16 (July 9-15) means a high number of two-start options. Scott White ranks them all while highlighting some of his favorites.
The Astros have finally called up top prospect Kyle Tucker, and Scott White says it's a move that'll stick.
Willie Calhoun has been on fire at Triple-A, but is he among Scott White's top five prospects to stash?
Seranthony Dominguez and Hector Rondon continue to pile up saves for their respective teams even as Fantasy owners are hesitant to buy into them. Scott White looks at six shaky closer situations.
The two-way player is down to a one-player for the time being, but Scott White says Shohei Ohtani may be all the more valuable in some leagues. He looks at the top waiver wire pickups.
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