Citi Field's "Pepsi Porch" — which was unveiled when the stadium opened in 2009 — is going to have a new name next season after the soda company withdrew sponsorship of the National League Championship Mets.
The area in the right field will now be known as the "Coca-Cola Corner," keeping alliteration alive. The beverage company announced a deal with the team earlier this month, with the specialty seating part of that "landmark" deal.
They also plan on selling a 12-ounce commemorative can next month to celebrate the team's spectacular 2015 season, according to the release.
“Coca-Cola and the Mets share a passion to refresh baseball fans and enhance their entertainment,” President of Coca-Cola North America, Sandy Douglas, said in a statement.
Single game tickets went on sale this week, where seats in the "Coca-Cola Corner" go for about $26.
Pepsi ended its team sponsorship this year, instead investing a significant chunk of change into the Chicago Cubs as it renovates Wrigley Field. They said they also have a presence at that other baseball team's stadium in the Bronx.