John is a longtime West Coast-based baseball writer who covered the Oakland A’s for two decades with The (Hayward) Daily Review and the Oakland Tribune.

He headed north in 2000 to cover the Mariners for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, starting on the day Ken Griffey Jr. was traded to Cincinnati. After the print P-I closed in 2009, he joined the national sports staff of AOL FanHouse and contributes to Seattlepostglobe.org. He is a longtime baseball correspondent for the Tokyo Chunichi Press.

A member of the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) for two-plus decades, Hickey is a Hall of Fame voter. When he’s not covering baseball, he has written about pro football, college sports, tennis, golf and winter sports.

A University of California grad, Hickey is a fan of rock and jazz music, traveling, reading and cooking. He proved in high school that he’s no athlete, but he does like to ski.

Hickey and his wife live in Seattle in a house ruled by two magnanimous cats.
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