Jim Hickman (hickmji01)
David James Hickman
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 7½", Weight 170 lb.
- Debut September 17, 1915
- Final Game September 27, 1919
- Born May 19, 1892 in Johnson City, TN USA
- Died December 30, 1958 in Brooklyn, NY USA
"In the bottom of the 22nd, Jim Hickman led off with his fifth hit of the day. He would score the walk-off run on a fielder's choice . . ." - mention of Hickman's heroics in one of the longest games in history, 22 innings between the 1917 Robins and the 1917 Pirates on Aug. 22, 1917 
Jim Hickman was the center fielder on the Brooklyn Robins in 1917, playing between Zack Wheat and Casey Stengel. It was his only year with more than 200 at-bats, although he played four other seasons in the majors.