After no-hitter, Domino's gives away 20K pizzas

Pitcher Josh Beckett of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the first inning during a game against the Philadelphia Phillies, at Citizens Bank Park, May 25, 2014 in Philadelphia.
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Josh Beckett of the L.A. Dodgers may have reached a hallowed height of baseball achievement after throwing his first no-hitter Sunday, but 20,000 fans can now reap rewards from his success.

Domino's Pizza announced today that it is celebrating Beckett's achievement by giving away free medium two-topping pan pizzas to the first 20,000 people to sign up for the promotion—called "DomiNoNo" in reference to the colloquial term for a no-hitter. Prospective beneficiaries of free pizza only need a free account to sign up on the promo's website beginning at 3 p.m. ET.

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As with previous years, Domino's will hold the promotion for the first two no-hitters of the season. reports that 2013's first two no-hitters "saw the entire allotment of pizzas claimed in under two hours."

—By CNBC staff