He's arrogant, hard-partying and utterly irresistible! Kenny Powers is back for another year of hilarious mayhem as HBO presents Season 3 of the raw-and-raunchy comedy series about this burned-out former major league pitcher played by Danny McBride. Picking up one year after Season Two, Kenny brings his boorish behavior to Myrtle Beach, SC and somehow resurrects his baseball career as the closer for the minor-league Myrtle Beach Mermen. Even as he postures himself as the new King of Myrtle Beach, Kenny struggles to come to terms with growing older, both in his personal life as a new father, and professionally with the arrival of some talented up-and-comers on the team
Enjoying a new lease on his baseball career as the closer for the minor-league Myrtle Beach Mermen, Kenny Powers (Danny McBride) settles into a life of body-boarding, jet-skiing and hard-partying with his catcher, Shane (Jason Sudeikis). A detour to Shelby to attend the one-year birthday of his child reunites Kenny with April (Katy Mixon).
With the baby in tow, a seething Kenny heads north in search of April. Getting no assistance from Dustin (John Hawkes), Maria (Elizabeth De Razzo) or Jamie (Jerry Minor), Kenny tracks down his erstwhile lackey Stevie (Steve Little), currently employed at Ashley Schaeffer’s (Will Ferrell) car dealership. Kenny crashes a perverse plantation fete the dealer is throwing in an effort to liberate Stevie.
Pro scout Roy McDaniel (Matthew McConaughey) arrives in Myrtle Beach to ask Kenny to mentor Ivan Dochenko (Ike Barinholtz), a promising young Russian pitching prospect. Stevie lays down the ground rules for his return to Kenny’s team, while grappling with Shane and Kenny’s relationship.
Convinced his son is cursed, Kenny blames Toby (Currin and Lee McLamb) for his recent travails. Later, he tries to connect with Shane’s straight-laced family during a difficult time. Stevie is overcome by guilt.
Kenny is surprised by unannounced visitors. Desperate to win back control of his team, Kenny decides to stage the 4th of July party to end all 4th of July parties. Meanwhile, a guilt-ridden Stevie struggles with confessing to Maria (Elizabeth De Razzo).
Stevie continues to lament his loss. Kenny embraces a new pitch while facing up to his responsibilities as a man and a father.
Kenny tries to win over Coach Banks and get back in the rotation but many obstacles threaten to detour his pursuit of redemption. Stevie attempts to win back Maria
Season Three Finale. As Kenny adjusts to the new realities of his life, a twist of fate alters his future with the Mermen