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Gossip: Roger McDowell

Roger McDowell was suspended for two weeks after making gay slurs and threatening fans prior to a recent game in San Francisco.

Former major league pitcher and current Atlanta Braves pitching coach Roger McDowell was suspended for two weeks after making gay slurs and threatening fans prior to a recent game in San Francisco. McDowell, 50, allegedly taunted three men who were sitting together with homophobic comments and simulated sex with a baseball bat. When another fan sitting with his 9-year-old daughter complained about McDowell’s behavior, the former relief pitcher came at him with a bat, asking, “How much are your teeth worth?”

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