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A body found inside a beer cooler at the major league home of
the Atlanta Braves belongs to a Minnesota inventor who was doing contract work
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, police in Atlanta’s suburbs said Wednesday.

Cobb County police on Wednesday identified him as Todd Keeling, 48, of White
Bear Lake, Minnesota.

Keeling had worked an overnight shift for a beverage vendor, authorities
said. A co-worker found his body inside the beer cooler at SunTrust Park before
Tuesday night’s Braves vs. Cincinnati Reds game.

An autopsy was planned Wednesday to help determine how he died, Cobb County
police spokeswoman Sarah O’Hara said.

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the
death, agency spokesman Michael D’Aquino told The Associated Press.

The Braves declined to comment.

Keeling was an inventor Bryan Bulaga
, and had been at SunTrust Park to install his patented
beer-pouring technology when he died, a relative told an Atlanta newspaper.

In October 2016, the United States issued the patent for the invention, which
features ”a new nozzle for a beer valve tap and a new foamless beer tap
dispensing system,” government records show.

”This is his dream since he was a kid,” his aunt, Fran Kuchta Adrian
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, told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution .

Keeling had already worked to get beer technology installed at The Chicago
White Sox and Minnesota Twins’ stadiums, and was excited about the technology
being added to SunTrust Park, Kuchta said.

Just this week, Braves officials showed off the new technology to local news
reporters, saying it will allow beers to be poured about three times faster than
in the past.

SunTrust Park is northwest of Atlanta, near Smyrna, Georgia.

As President Trump continues to blast the NFL over its national anthem policy
and boast that he has helped bring down the league’s television
ratings Frank Clark
, NFL owners continue to support Trump anyway.

The latest example came this morning on conservative radio host Mike
Broomhead’s show, where Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill appeared this morning to
talk up Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh.

Bidwill, who has known Kavanaugh since they went to prep school together,
said he’s eager to see Kavanaugh confirmed.

“I’ve known Brett since I was 16 years old. We were high school football
teammates. We’ve grown up in life together,” Bidwill said. “People are saying
stick to sports? You know what? We ask our players 20 days a year — game days —
to restrict their statements. The rest of the days, we want our players to get
engaged in the community.”

Bidwill attempted to portray his advocacy of Kavanaugh as
non-political Patrick
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, but Bidwill obviously knew going in that he’d have
a friendly interviewer in Broomhead, a Trump supporter who said before the
interview that criticism of Bidwill getting involved in politics is “idiocy.” At
a time when Trump’s top priority is getting his Court pick confirmed, Bidwill is
rallying support — not just support for Kavanaugh, but support for a president
who has never missed an opportunity to bash the NFL.

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