"Those We Touch Along the Way" is about love, baseball and the Korean War, an average man's pursuit of glory, the true meaning of magnificence. This is an American tale about life in Pennsylvania's Wyoming Valley after World War II. For Jim Ranelli the Korean War is another failure in a life full of second place finishes. He returns home to find solace coaching an American Legion baseball team. It's a story about a war veteran whose passion for coaching almost destroys his marriage, the woman standing beside him, how it feels to put everything into something and fail. Most of us know the feeling, how many of us learn what matters most?