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During the 2012 World Series, the folks over at Taco Bell put together a promotion that stated if any player stole a base during the Giants/Tigers series, they would give away one free Doritos Loco taco to anyone who went to a Taco Bell in North America on October 30th from 2pm-6pm.
In game two, Giants outfielder Angel Pagan stole second base and made many free taco dreams come true.
Pagan went to a Redwood City (Cali.) Taco Bell to cash in on his hard work where he greeted fans and got to chow down on his free taco:
(Courtesy of San Jose Mercury News)
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