Bayley Fritsch is one of Melbourne’s most versatile players and was used fill voids all across the ground last season.
The classy left-footer is a natural forward and after a strong finish to 2019, he will be looking to play inside 50 consistently in the future.
Fritsch’s ability to read the flight of the ball and mark overhead is a weapon for the Demons and he has a knack for the goals.
Recruited from the Casey Demons, Fritch’s standout VFL season in 2017 saw him win the Fothergill-Round Medal before going on to be drafted with pick No.31 that year.
The durable forward has played all bar two games since landing on an AFL list and will be an integral player for Melbourne in 2020.
Key Stats & Performance
StatSeason Avg. v Career Avg.Top Season PerformanceTop Career Performance
Player performance throughout this season & their full career