Taco Bell giving away free tacos nationwide for World Series stunt


In the bottom half of the first inning, the Boston Red Sox's Mookie Betts led off with a single.

In keeping with its long-running World Series tradition, Taco Bell will give away free Doritos Locos Tacos if a base is stolen by either team during a game.

He then stole second base, and by doing so unlocked an annual Taco Bell promotion.

"I haven't eaten Taco Bell in probably 10 years", he said after the game.

Boston Red Sox reserve infielder Brock Holt apologized Wednesday to U.S. fast-food chain restaurant Taco Bell for a remark after his team's victory in game one of the World Series.

While standing on first base, Betts turned his mind to his next goal: Stealing second base and earning free tacos for all of America.

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"I apologize to Taco Bell".

Taco Bell is giving away Doritos Locos Tacos on November 1.

Taco Bell has become one of the biggest fast food restaurant chains in the United States and they sure know how to promote themselves. "I'll let everybody else get it".

Mookie has instantly turned into a sports hero for kids and adults alike who love heading to Taco Bell.

For those without allegiances to specific taco and burrito chains - and without sensitive Holt-like stomachs - the free Doritos Loco Taco can be snagged on November 1 between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Betts and the Boston Red Sox are just two wins over the Los Angeles Dodgers away from becoming 2018 World Series champions.