From Keith Law on the Pirates signing of baseball's first Lithuanian prospect (ESPN Insider only, I think):
The Pirates... signed RHP Dovydas Neverauskas, the first baseball prospect signed out of Lithuania, for $60,000. Neverauskas is all projection at this point, with a fastball up to 88 mph and a tall, lanky build. His delivery is awkward and unclean, and he has no viable second pitch, but he does have some run on his fastball. He turned 16 in January...
Extremely young with at least some intrigue for relatively little, so it sounds good to me. Are the Pirates positioning themselves as one of the more expansive international scouting programs?