Jacque was a pretty good outfielder for 10 major league seasons, 7 of them with the Twins, 2 with the Cubs and the last split between the Tigers and Marlins, playing mostly the corner spots. He was never an All-Star and never lead the league in any offensive category. He only had 3 seasons with a OPS+ over 100. His best season was 2002, hitting .300/.341/.511 with 27 home runs and 85 RBI, the most RBI he would ever have in a season. Career he had a .277/.326/.448 line with 165 home runs and 630 RBI. I don't think anyone would consider him for the Hall.
Todd Jones had some good seasons as a closer. He had more than 25 saves 7 times in his 16 year career, leading the league in save once. He played for 8 different teams. He was an All-Star once. In 982 games(17th all time), he had 319 saves (16th all time), but with a rather high (for a closer) 3.97 ERA. He's the prime example for saves being over rated.
Jeff Kent had a very good 17 season career that started with the Blue Jays. He was traded in the middle of his rookie season to the Mets for David Cone. We can't complain too much, we won the World Series that year. He was pretty good for the Mets. if not terrific. He was traded to the Indians in the middle of the 1996 season. After that season he was part of a big trade between the Indians and Giants. It was with the Giants he became a star. After San Francisco he went to the Astros and Dodgers.
In total he played 2298 games, hit 377 home runs, had 1518 RBI with a .290/.356/.500 slash line. Not bad for a middle infielder. He won the NL MVP in 2000, played on 5 All-Star teams and won 4 Silver Slugger awards. He had more than 100 RBI 8 times (helped along by opponents intentionally walking Barry Bonds)
He also didn't get along with Bonds, which is a bit of a plus in my book, though he really didn't have to be such a jerk about it. And then there was the time he broke his wrist, during spring training. At first he said it happened washing his truck, but turns out he crashed his motorcycle doing wheelies. He was also a contestant on Survivor.
I do think that it would be kind of funny if Kent was voted into the Hall and Bonds wasn't.