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Man who died in Braves’ cooler was beer-obsessed inventor

The man found dead inside a walk-in beer cooler at Atlanta’s SunTrust Park died while installing his “passion” project: beer-tap technology designed to drastically reduce pour times, relatives and team officials said. Todd Keeling, a 48-year-old inventor working at the stadium as a third-party contractor, was found dead Tuesday afternoon by a co-worker ahead of...


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