He then stole second base, and by doing so unlocked an annual Taco Bell promotion.
If there's any downside to this stolen base happening so quickly - outside the fact that the only thing you have to look forward to now is waiting to see who is crowned World Champions - it's that we'll all have to wait a while until we can cash in on our Doritos Locos Taco spoils.
You know how it goes - one person steals something, everyone gets something for free - maybe not the most morally correct principle to abide by but we mean, it worked for Robin Hood, so why can't it work for Taco Bell? During an interview with FOX Sports, he made it clear that he was motivated to secure those free tacos.
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.
The assigned date for taco redemption isn't until November 1.
Taco Bell does have an Instagram.
"I apologize to Taco Bell".
Mookie has instantly turned into a sports hero for kids and adults alike who love heading to Taco Bell.
The deal is good only on Thursday November 1, from 2 to 6 p.m.Or get a voucher on-line for a free "Doritos Locos" taco from Taco Bell.
Holt has yet to register an at-bat in the World Series, which the Red Sox lead two games to none after Wednesday's 4-2 win.