From BR Bullpen
- Bats Right,Throws Right
- Height 6' 3", Weight 170 lb.
 Biographical Information
He appeared in the 2009 MLB European Academy. Dovydas played baseball in Lithuania for the Sporto Vilkai BC (Sports Wolves) and Vilnius Baseball Clubs. Besides pitching, he also caught and played third base. In 2009, he played for the Lithuanian U16 National Team at the Senior League European Finals in Ramstein, Germany. He hit a home run in game two of the tournament.
He pitched in the Florida Instructional League Program during the fall of 2009 and joined the Pirates in minor league Spring Training in 2010. He made his pro debut on June 22, 2010, for the GCL Pirates, allowing two hits, a walk and two runs in 2 1/3 innings against the GCL Yankees; he whiffed two. Overall, he pitched in 6 games, giving up 14 hits and 6 runs in 10 innings, striking out 6 and walking 5. All of his appearances were on the mound, where his professional future appears to be for now. He returned to the same club in 2011, going 3-1 with a 3.24 ERA in 10 games.
In the 2011 European Junior Championship, he hit very well (7 for 13, 4 RBI) but struggled on the hill (0-1, 10 BB, 3 H, 6 R in 5 IP), posting the second-highest ERA on Lithuania. He split 2012 between the GCL Pirates (1-1, 4.08 in 10 G) and State College Spikes (1 R in 4 IP). In the 2012 European U-21 Championship, he hit .313/.389/.313 and was 0-1 with a 3.18 ERA, losing to Slovakia.
Neverauskas was part of the regular rotation for the 2013 Jamestown Jammers, going 4-4 with a 4.01 ERA. He hit 10 batters, most in the New York-Penn League. In his first full-season league, he posted a 6-12, 5.60 record for the 2014 West Virginia Power. He tied Luke Farrell for 3rd in the South Atlantic League in losses and was 3rd with 77 earned runs. Among Pirates farmhands, only Adam Wilk had more losses and no one had more wild pitches than his 16.
Moving to the bullpen during 2015, he showed good progress with the Power (1-2, 2 Sv, 3.65 in 18 G), West Virginia Black Bears (1-0, 2 R in 2 1/3 IP) and Bradenton Marauders (4 Sv, 1.62 in 12 G). He started 2016 effectively in AA with the Altoona Curve (1-0, Sv, 2.57, 32 K in 28 IP, .129 opponent average in 22 G). He moved up to AAA with the Indianapolis Indians (1-1, 3 Sv, 2.08 in 9 G) and made the World team for the 2016 Futures Game. He made the Futures Game before any other Lithuanian had even signed with a MLB team. He did well in the game, relieving Jharel Cotton with a 4-3 lead over the US in the bottom of the 8th. He allowed a Ryon Healy single but then got both Dominic Smith and Hunter Dozier to hit into force plays at second. After a steal by Dozier, he retired Willie Calhoun. Adelberto Mejia closed out the win.
 Family Information
Dovydas currently lives in Vilnius with his family. He comes from an athletic family; his mother was a professional basketball player and his father, Virmidas, was a pioneer in the early days of baseball in Lithuania. His father is also the head coach of the Vilnius Baseball Club as well as Head Coach for the Lithuanian U18, U16, and U14 National Teams.
"He's a 16 year old with a classic pro pitcher's body, long and loose, and has made huge progress since the summer of 2008. The sky is the limit with Dovydas, and I honestly believe he was the best pitching prospect to come out of Europe this year. I truly believe he has the arm to be a major league pitcher." Tom Randolph, International Scout for the Pittsburgh Pirates who brokered the deal between the Pirates and Neverauskas
- Lithuanian Baseball Federation
- Interview on the Lithuanian Baseball Fed. website
- 2011 European Junior Championship
- 2012 European U-21 Championship
- "Pirates Lithuanian prospect Neverauskas proud of his baseball roots" by Stephen J. Nesbitt in the 7/11/16 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
- 2016 Futures Game