A famed major league baseball announcer who suffers an embarrassing and very public meltdown live on the air after discovering his beloved wife's serial infidelity decides to reclaim his career and love life in a small town a decade later.
Season three takes place three months after his stint in rehab, with Brockmire doing play-by-play in the radio booth for the major leagues in central Florida during spring training while maintaining his brazen and narcissistic tendencies, despite actually being on the wagon. When an opportunity arises for Jim and his new co-host Gabby to take over as lead broadcasters in Oakland, he must fight to change his ever-present amorality.
Now in New Orleans, Jim strives to break back out of the minors and back into the major leagues while continuing his popular podcast, facing a whole new level of drunken debauchery that The Big Easy makes so easy.
The fourth and final season jumps ahead to a dystopian, climate-changed 2030 when Jim Brockmire — clean-and-sober but still eloquently nasty — is named commissioner of baseball.