LARRY KING’S SON CHANCE WAS DRAFTED BY THE CHICAGO WHITE SOX

Larry King, 83, is super-proud of his son Chance, 20, who was recently drafted by the Chicago White Sox baseball team. 6’2” Chance towers over his father. (Larry’s younger son Cannon, 18, is also a baseball player.) Chance attended IMG Academy, a sport training prep school in Florida and swears he will go to college in spite of the draft. Chance’s mother is tall and beautiful Shawn Southwick – Larry’s eighth and current marriage. We suspect the boys inherited their athleticism from Shawn. Ironically, Shawn was accused of having an affair with her sons’ baseball coach seven years ago and she and Larry nearly divorced, but changed their minds. That guy must have been QUITE a coach, in more ways than one!

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4 thoughts on “LARRY KING’S SON CHANCE WAS DRAFTED BY THE CHICAGO WHITE SOX

  1. Are they really biologically his sons? Seems strange that both sons are so tall and bear no resemblance to him at all

  2. …Hmm…

    That secret is safe with Shawn, whose teamed exploits with her sister are well-known in some LA circles.

    Meanwhile, who could ever encounter the name “Chance” without hearing it in the inimitable, richly distinctive voice of Geraldine Page, as she alternately called, berated, and besought her co-star (Paul Newman at his best) in “Sweet Bird of Youth?”

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