Attempting to rebuild his life while navigating his new sobriety, Brockmire (Hank Azaria) moves to Florida where he calls MLB Spring Training games for Oakland alongside former softball star Gabby Taylor (Tawny Newsome).
After walking in on his wife in bed with the neighbor, famed MLB announcer Jim Brockmire has an epic job-ending meltdown live on the air. A decade later, he decides to reclaim his career calling minor league games in an unknown rust belt small town.
Jim and Jules hook up the night before the Frackers win a game. They attempt to keep the lucky streak going on and off the field. Meanwhile, Brockmire contemplates what Jules means to him.
Brockmire's ex-wife, Lucy, reappears. Forced to confront his emotions, Brockmire defaults to drinking. Things quickly spiral out of control when he finds a target for his anger.
Brockmire and Jules have a pregnancy scare. Brockmire works out his father issues with Charles. Jules and Brockmire decide to take a road trip to Pittsburgh.
Old Timers Day
To his surprise, Brockmire and Jules are invited to attend an annual broadcaster's dinner. Brockmire finally makes peace with Joe Buck and has a breakthrough realization. Charles attempts to impress a girl.
It All Comes Down to This
Brockmire must choose between staying in Morristown with Jules or returning to the major leagues. Jules holds a stadium-wide drinking contest. An intense play on the field leads to a victorious moment and a surprising conclusion.