Lopez (b. 1970) played in the majors from 1992 to 2006 for the Braves, Orioles and Red Sox. He had 1,527 hits, 260 home runs and a .287 batting average. He was an All Star 3 times (1997, 1998 and 2003), and a Silver Slugger Award winner in 2003. His best MVP finish was 5th, in 2003 (NL) when he mashed 43 home runs for the Braves. He won the World Series with the Braves in 1995 and was the 1996 NLCS MVP.
Lopez appeared on the 2012 Hall of Fame ballot, but received only 0.2% of the vote. Lopez was hailed as a huge free agent signing for the Orioles back in 2004. He his .316 his first season in Baltimore, but only managed 23 homers, when he had hit 43 the prior season for the Braves. His production fell off quickly, and he was traded to the Red Sox in 2006 for a PTBNL (the player turned out to be Adam Stern, who appeared in 2 games for the Orioles in 2007). I remember a brief experiment where the Orioles tried Lopez at first base, which failed miserably. I also think that the experiment was performed without Lopez fully buying into the idea.
I mailed to the signing on September 5 and got the cards back on October 5, for a 30-day TAT. I paid a fee of $20.00/card.