The Blue Jays announced the unpaid suspension Thursday, after Pillar issued a statement in which he apologized and said he was "completely and utterly embarrassed" by the incident.
"In no way is this kind of behaviour accepted or tolerated," the Blue Jays said in a statement.
Pillar was caught on television replays yelling a derogatory slur at Braves pitcher
"I used inappropriate language," Pillar said in his statement. "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."
Pillar said he apologized to Motte, to the Braves and their fans as well as the LGBTQ community "for the lack of respect I displayed."
In 2012, the Blue Jays suspended infielder
Pillar, 28, grew up in the San Fernando Valley and played at West Hills Chaminade High and Cal State Dominguez Hills.
3:35 p.m.: This article has been updated with the announcement of a two-game suspension the Blue Jays gave to Kevin Pillar.