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As Brockmire deals with his newfound sobriety, he is introduced as the new announcer for the Oakland Athletics with his co-announcer and former softball star Gabby Taylor.
Brockmire struggles to accept that Jules is dating his good friend. In hopes of showing Jules the "new Jim," Brockmire begrudgingly agrees to put in a good word for Jules' boyfriend for a job at MLB Network.
While dealing with a case of "the yips"-a broadcaster's anxiety that makes it hard to remember the count-Brockmire faces threats from his predecessor, Matt "The Bat" Hardesty. Brockmire prays to God for the first time.
Brockmire's mother, who abandoned him and his sister at a young age, comes to town. She challenges Brockmire's relationship with his sister and threatens Brockmire.
Brockmire urges Charles to leave a toxic relationship. Charles is appalled at Gus' terrible producing skills. Brockmire is infatuated with Matt Hardesty's nurse and tries to make amends with Hardesty.
After Gabby finds out that she is pregnant and then walks in on her wife cheating on her, Brockmire goes out of his way to be a good friend and to comfort her. She and Brockmire share their experiences of being cheated on while calling the game.
Brockmire deals with sobriety-induced impotence and Matt's declining health. Brockmire's sponsor reminds him that he needs to find a higher power if he wants the AA program to rid him of his anxiety.