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?