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Ted Fritsch

Ted Fritsch
Fritsch on a 1948 Bowman football card
Date of birth (1920-10-31)October 31, 1920
Place of birth Spencer, Wisconsin, U. S.
Date of death October 4, 1979(1979-10-04) (aged 58)
Place of death Green Bay, Wisconsin
Career information
Position(s) Running back
College Wisconsin–Stevens Point
NFL draft 1942 / Round:
Career history
As player
1942-1950 Green Bay Packers

Packers Hall of Fame

1x NFL Champion (1944)
Career stats
  • Playing stats at

Theodore Edward Fritsch (October 31, 1920 – October 4, 1979) was an American baseball, basketball, and football player who played running back for the National Football League's Green Bay Packers from 1942 to 1950. He also played two seasons for the Oshkosh All-Stars of the National Basketball League. Fritsch also played as an outfielder for the Portsmouth Cubs, Nashville Vols, and Los Angeles Angels minor league baseball teams in 1944.[1] He attended Spencer High School in Spencer, WI and the High School's football field was named after him. Fritsch died in 1979 of a heart attack

His son, Ted Fritsch, Jr., also played in the NFL in the 1970s.


  1. ^ "Ted Fritch Minor League Statistics & History." Baseball-Reference. Retrieved on 15 August 2010.

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