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.
Did someone order a pie? pic.twitter.com/T5bzQeBAUv
— Baltimore Orioles (@Orioles) August 25, 2023
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.