Canadian baseball player suspended for using anti-gay slur
A Canadian baseball player has been suspended for two games after he used anti-gay slur against an opponent.
Kevin Pillar, who plays for the Toronto Blue Jays, called Jason Motte of the Atlanta Braves a ‘faggot’ after he was struck out by Motte’s pitch during a game on Wednesday night (May 17).
The incident flared tempers immediately, with players from both teams confronting one another on the field.
After the game, Pillar apologised for his ‘inappropriate language’ in a statement that read: “Last night, following my at-bat in the 7th inning, I used inappropriate language towards Braves pitcher Jason Motte,” he wrote.
“By doing so I had just helped extend the use of a word that has no place in baseball, in sports or anywhere in society today. I’m completely and
Live Guys Online Now!