MLB Network analyst Mitch Williams is taking a leave of absence, according to the New York Daily News.
In the past week, the former major-league closer was in the news when reports surfaced that he swore at an umpire during his 10-year-old son's baseball team.
There was also a report that Williams, a coach on the team, ordered his pitcher to hit an opposing player with a pitch.
"Mitch Williams has decided to take a leave of absence from his role at MLB Network at this time," an MLB Network spokesperson wrote in an e-mail to the Daily News.
"We are continuing to look into the matter."
Williams tweeted about the incident last Monday.
"I regret what happened at this weekend's tournament & apologize," he wrote.
In another tweet, he wrote: "I love baseball & coaching. I did not curse at the umpire & will walk away in the future. Again, I apologize."