Taco Bell offers free tacos with 'Steal a Taco' deal

Taco Bell offers free tacos with 'Steal a Taco' deal

Taco Bell offers free tacos with 'Steal a Taco' deal

This year, the deed was done in Game one (how's that for rhyming?) when Mookie Betts of the Boston Red Sox successfully stole second base after leading off for the home team on Tuesday night.

Taco Bell has a long-running promotion that rewards a free taco to patrons at all stores across the USA once a base is stolen during the World Series.

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

The fast-food chain announced the "Steal A Base, Steal A Taco" deal ahead of the World Series.

"I haven't eaten Taco Bell in probably 10 years". During an interview with FOX Sports, he made it clear that he was motivated to secure those free tacos.

Betts said he had tacos dancing around in his brain when he was on first base and he wanted to be the one to unlock the "Steal A Base, Steal A Taco" promotion for all. "I'll let everybody else get it".

"I'm going to stay away from Taco Bell". ". I apologize to Taco Bell".

According to the promotion details, participating Taco Bells in the USA give away free tacos on the afternoon of Thursday, November 1.

Betts and the Boston Red Sox are just two wins over the Los Angeles Dodgers away from becoming 2018 World Series champions. But Taco Bell, I'm going to pretty much stay away from Taco Bell.

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