Tim Neverett joined the Pittsburgh broadcast team on December 18, 2008 and is in his third season as a radio and television play-by-play announcer with the club.
Prior to joining the Pirates, Neverett spent four years working for FSN Rocky Mountain, where he spent the 2008 campaign serving as both the pre-game and post-game studio host for Colorado Rockies games. During his tenure with FSN Rocky Mountain, Tim also served as a play-by-play announcer for Rockies games, college football, basketball, hockey and lacrosse, as well as arena football and track and field. In addition, he served as the VERSUS Network's national college basketball play by play voice, while also working a number of the network's college football games.
Neverett was also one of the original play-by-play and studio voices for the mtn, The Mountain West Conference Sports Network, where he called a number of football and basketball games along with hosting a weekly roundtable studio show. In addition, Tim worked as a weekend talk show host for the nationally syndicated Sporting News Radio Network, where his show was heard on over 160 stations nationwide. He also served as a Sports Talk Host for ESPN 560 in Denver, Colorado, where he was named the 2005 Best Radio Sports-Talk Host by Westword magazine in its annual "Best of Denver" issue.
Neverett also called baseball, softball, basketball and soccer during the 2004 Athens Olympics and 2008 Beijing Olympics. During the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics and 2006 Olympic Games in Torino he handled play-by-play duties for hockey and numerous skiing events. The multi-national feeds were seen in more than 100 countries.
Prior to his time in Denver, Neverett lived in Las Vegas, where he called games on radio and TV for the Padres and Dodgers Triple-A teams. He also served as the play-by-play voice for Las Vegas' International Hockey League team for five seasons, then added college baseball and football at UNLV to his duties.
Neverett began his baseball broadcasting career in 1985 with Pittsburgh's Double-A affiliate in the Eastern League. At the age of 19, he had the opportunity to fill in calling radio play-by-play of Nashua Pirates games, which led to more innings and ultimately a schedule of games that season.
He is a graduate of Emerson College in Boston where he lettered in baseball for four seasons.