Suzuki will be honored on Aug. 27 when Seattle faces the Cleveland Guardians.
"Mariners fans were fortunate to have watched Ichiro Suzuki perform his magic at the plate and in the field for over a decade in a Mariners uniform," team chairman John Stanton said in a statement.
Suzuki spent parts of 14 seasons with the Mariners before retiring in March 2019 after Seattle opened the season with games in his home country of Japan. Suzuki was a 10-time All-Star and a 10-time Gold Glove winner, won two batting titles, and was the 2001 Rookie of the Year and MVP in his debut season with the Mariners.
Suzuki also played for the New York Yankees and Miami.
Suzuki is currently an instructor for the Mariners working with the major league and Triple-A teams. He'll be eligible for the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2025.