Jones (b. 1977) played in the majors from 1996 to 2002 for the Braves, Dodgers, Rangers, White Sox and Yankees. He had 1,933 hits, 434 home runs and a .254 batting average. He was a 5-time All Star (2000, 2002, 2003, 2005 and 2006) and a 10-time Gold Glove Award winner (1998-2007). He led the NL in home runs in 2005 with 51 and his best MVP finish was 2nd, that season, behind Albert Pujols.
Jones has appeared on the last 3 Hall of Fame ballots (2018-2020) with this year's vote total (19.4%) being the highest he has received. I'm sure his vote totals will increase in the coming years, but in the end, I doubt he is a Hall of Famer. His drop off after his age-30 season was remarkable. It really is a shame, too. He was on pace for Hall of Fame numbers, for sure.
I mailed to the signing on May 30 and got the card back on July 17, for a 48-day TAT. I paid a fee of $24.99 for the signing.