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Larry King's 10-Year-Old Son to Host 'Kid Pitch'

by Elizabeth Chan, posted Nov 20th 2009 1:00PM
Chance and Connor King, sons of Larry King Chance King, 10-year-old son of talk-show titan Larry King, is living up to his family name.

Access Hollywood has confirmed that lil' King will host Fox Sports Net's 'Kid Pitch.' The show will be directed by actor Tom Arnold, former co-host of the 'Best Damn Sports Show Period.'

Either Papa King has made his little boy's dream come true, or Tom Arnold has scored the most wicked babysitting job disguised as a sports show. Either way, taping of 'Kid Pitch' is set to begin in February 2010. Chance's 8-year-old brother, Cannon, is also set to make appearances on the show.

For all you naysayers, a decade is a long time to absorb everything possible about baseball. Plus, it has been rumored that Chance will schedule his guests based on his best baseball card trades of the week (don't laugh! he's a King and it's an awesome collection). Considering that all we need to know in life we learned in kindergarten already, Chance is clearly beyond that grade.Chance and Connor King, sons of Larry King Chance King, 10-year-old son of talk-show titan Larry King, is living up to his family name.

Access Hollywood has confirmed that lil' King will host Fox Sports Net's 'Kid Pitch.' The show will be directed by actor Tom Arnold, former co-host of the 'Best Damn Sports Show Period.' Talk about taking chances.

Either Papa King has made his little boy's dream come true, or Tom Arnold has scored the most wicked babysitting job disguised as a sports show. Either way, taping of 'Kid Pitch' is set to begin in February 2010. Chance's 8-year-old brother, Cannon, is also set to make appearances on the show.

For all you naysayers, a decade is a long time to absorb everything possible about baseball. Plus, it has been rumored that Chance will schedule his guests based on his best baseball card trades of the week (don't laugh! he's a King and it's an awesome collection). Considering that all we need to know in life we learned in kindergarten already, Chance is clearly beyond that grade.

Not to mention this gives Larry King the last laugh between him and his son's little league umpire. King, who coaches his son's Beverly Hills Little League team, reportedly had a run-in with the league's umpire earlier this year, and was ejected from the game.

Considering that Larry King did not get his first broadcasting gig until he was 24 -- and assuming that Chance follows in his father's footsteps -- we've projected some of his future milestones:

Age 10: Chance lands his first talk show.

Age 16: After two divorces, Chance marries his third wife.

Age 20: Chance discovers fashion's hottest new trend: suspenders.

Age 40: Gives his 3-year-old a shot at hosting their own show.

All kidding aside, we wish Chance the best of luck.

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