The body of a Minnesota man was found in a beer cooler at the home stadium of the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday.
According to Cobb County police, 48-year-old Todd Keeling of White Bear Lake was found dead by a co-worker in a cooler at SunTrust Park in suburban Atlanta.
It's unclear how he died, but his family told the Atlanta Journal Consitution that Keeling was installing his beer tap invention when he got trapped inside.
The family member said Keeling invented Draftwell, a new technology that cuts down average beer tap pour times from 14 seconds to five seconds.
The Atlanta Braves are the second team in Major League Baseball, the Minnesota Twins the other, that have Draftwell's technology.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution just ran a story on Monday about the Braves being excited to install Draftwell.