Adam Jones will retire as a member of the Baltimore Orioles prior to a game against the visiting Tampa Bay Rays on Sept. 15, the team announced Friday.

Jones, 38, spent 11 of his 14 major league seasons with the Orioles and totaled 1,781 hits, 263 homers, 866 RBIs and 875 runs in 1,613 games with the franchise.

The five-time All-Star and four-time Gold Glove recipient last played in the majors with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2019 before competing in Japan for two seasons.

The Orioles announced the plan with a video that made reference to Jones’ postgame celebration of hitting teammates in the face with pies after victories.

Jones began his career with the Seattle Mariners before being traded to Baltimore in 2008 in a deal involving left-hander Erik Bedard.

Jones was a career .277 hitter with 282 homers, 945 RBIs and 963 runs in 1,823 games with the Mariners (2006-07), Orioles (2008-18) and Diamondbacks.

Information from Reuters was used in this report.