The speedy midfielder has matured a lot over the past few years and the Demons have been impressed by his steady rate of development.
Baker is not afraid to take the game on and loves to run with the ball and tuck it under his arm and create for his team.
Clean with his disposal and with the capability to break lines, Baker was very close to making his AFL debut late in 2018 before suffering a hamstring injury playing for Casey Demons in the VFL.
- Birthdate May 25, 1998
- ClubMelbourne FC
- Draft Pick2017 National Draft / Pick #48
Peter Ryan – The Age Melbourne have named speedy forward Oskar Baker to play his first game under lights on Friday night against West Coast, as the Demons chase an upset victory away from home against the defending premiers. Three of the Demons changes were forced, with Jordan Lewis, Michael Hibberd and Jake Melksham out…
Article 25.11.17 (Matt Burgan) IF TENACITY and resilience are traits you’re looking, it’s hard to look past Oskar Baker. Personally, and professionally, Baker has proven both. Cut from the Brisbane Lions academy in 2015, Baker dealt with something far greater this year, when he lost his dear mum to cancer. Having experienced the loss of…