The fast food restaurant offers a free Doritos Locos taco for everyone in America if a player steals a base during the World Series.
And thanks to Taco Bell's "Steal a Base, Steal a Taco" campaign, Betts' stolen base earned a free taco for everyone in America.
As any baseball fan will tell you, a single stolen base over the course of a best-of-seven series is a highly probably occurrence - and in fact, Taco Bell's promotion has never not resulted in free tacos nationwide.
"I don't think I'll be trying Taco Bell", he said.
"I haven't eaten Taco Bell in probably 10 years, so yeah, I'll probably stay away from the free taco".
Taco Bell does have an Instagram. If a player steals a base during the World Series, Taco Bell pledges to give away free tacos across the US. "I'll let everyone else get it", Holt said. "I'm sorry, Taco Bell".
"I apologize to Taco Bell".
To claim your free taco, go to Taco Bell on November 1 between 2 and 6 p.m. or order online anytime that day.
Though the franchises technically met in the 1916 World Series - back when the Dodgers were known as the Brooklyn Robins - this is the first literal matchup between the Red Sox and the Dodgers in the Fall Classic.