Major League Baseball (MLB) on Sunday fined and suspended without pay Atlanta Braves pitching coach Roger McDowell, celebrity website reported.

The move comes after McDowell was accused of hurling anti-gay slurs towards fans in San Francisco.

McDowell was fined an undisclosed amount and suspended without pay for two weeks.

Thirty-three-year-old father-of-four Justin Quinn made the accusations against McDowell at a Wednesday news conference organized by Los Angeles attorney Gloria Allred.

Quinn accused McDowell of yelling to three male fans sitting in the left field seats at ATT Park during a game against the Giants last Saturday: “Are you a homo couple or a threesome?”

He used a bat to simulate gay sex and then asked, “Are you three giving it to each other in the ass?”

Quinn, who was attending the game with his 9-year-old twin daughters, claims he told McDowell to watch his language in front of children.

“Kids don't fucking belong at the baseball park,” McDowell replied, then threatened Quinn with a baseball bat. “How much are your teeth worth?” he asked.

“Conduct by people associated with MLB that shows insensitivity to others simply cannot and will not be tolerated,” MLB Commissioner Bud Selig said in a statement.

Quinn told the website that he was pleased by the outcome.

“I understand the decision made today by the Commissioner,” McDowell said in a statement. “I am embarrassed by my actions and I plan to give a personal apology to Mr. Quinn and his family.”

The disciplinary action comes on the heels of the NBA leveling a $10,000 fine against Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard Kobe Bryant for slurring referee Bennie Adams with an anti-gay epithet during a nationally televised basketball game.