Poll: Was 2-game suspension for Blue Jays' Pillar enough?

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Rick Osentoski / Reuters

One day after Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Kevin Pillar uttered a homophobic slur in the direction of Atlanta Braves reliever Jason Motte, the outfielder was suspended two games by the club, a decision that was made in conjunction with the Players' Association and commissioner Ron Manfred.

The outfielder will also have his lost salary over the two days, plus an undisclosed fine, donated to a yet-to-be-named organization.

Pillar accepted his suspension and has since apologized for his actions during a press conference Thursday, but was the suspension given to the 28-year-old enough? Or, should more action have been taken for what Pillar is calling an embarrassment to himself and his family?