Pepsi has struck out with Major League Baseball.
The organization has announced it is dropping the soda giant for its rival, Atlanta-based Coca-Cola.
Although Pepsi has existing deals with 11 teams, Coke will have exclusive selling rights in other stadiums.
This comes two years after Pepsi won a deal with the NBA, ending a 28-year run for Coca-Cola.
Pepsi said in a statement that it “loves the great sport of baseball and has had a collaborative, longstanding relationship with the league.” The statement also notes that Gatorade, which is owned by Pepsi, is still the “official sports fuel partner” of MLB.