Jordy Fee-Platt
Jordy Fee-Platt(he/him/his)
Sports Reporter, Phoenix

Jordy Fee-Platt expects to graduate in December 2023 with a master’s degree. Fee-Platt has announced for Blaze Radio and Pac-12 Stream and covered Cactus High School for AzPreps365. He worked in the Northwoods League as the Duluth Huskies’ broadcaster.

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Between a remote and a hard place: Sports fans, leagues wrestle with true cost of streaming

PHOENIX – In recent years, sports fans have grown to rely on illegal streaming to watch their favorite teams to cut costs, a dynamic not on the radar of mainstream media. This era may be over soon, however, as major pro sports league have claimed billions of dollars in revenue losses.

College students find themselves resorting to illegal streaming services as a cost-effective alternative to expensive sports subscriptions, raising questions about the future of live sports viewership. (Photo by Annette Riedl/Getty Images)

Final chapter: Washington-Oregon close the book on Pac-12 football

LAS VEGAS – After 107 years of Pac-12 football, Friday night in Las Vegas represented the final game in the conference’s storied history. The thrilling finish between Washington and Oregon served as a fitting conclusion for a conference known for being unpredictable.

In an epic conference championship at Allegiant Stadium, Pac-12 football bid farewell after 107 years of fierce rivalries, thrilling moments and a historic clash between founding members Oregon and Washington. (Photo by Ian Maule/Getty Images)

Flat chance: Tire mishap inspires Cardinals’ Jesse Luketa to hitch ride to work with fans

TEMPE – After a flat tire on the highway, Cardinals linebacker Jesse Luketa was unsure if he could make it to the stadium in time for the game. Then, he spotted a family in Cardinals gear at a gas station, and their generosity got him to State Farm Stadium.

‘Sleeping giant’: Through COVID, coaching change, Clark and Matus stay loyal to ASU football

TEMPE – Just five players remain from ASU football’s 2019 team. Through numerous obstacles, they’ve stayed with the program. We explored the motivations behind sticking around.

ASU football players during a game.

Kyler Murray is back and Arizona Cardinals players, fans couldn’t be happier

TEMPE – After waiting 10 weeks, Cardinals fans finally got their wish, as Kyler Murray returned to the field at State Farm Stadium. His impact was felt immediately, as a remarkable first-down run led to the game-winning field goal in the waning seconds.

kyler celebrates after TD in 2023 debut

Diamond dreams: From college ball to summer leagues and Arizona’s Fall League, tracing the chase of the majors

PHOENIX – While in college, baseball players undergo a crucial development step that few see. Gaining crucial experience, prospects are ready for the pursuits that lie ahead in minor league baseball and the Arizona Fall League.

Reggie Crawford smiling on the field.

‘We’re not alone’: Phoenix Rising fans travel to make presence felt during USL playoffs in California

IRVINE, Calif. – Playoff games are extremely difficult, as visiting teams must battle the crowd and the opposition. In Orange County, Rising got a taste of home, as their support group Los Bandidos showed up loud and proud.

Phoenix Rising fans at game.

From ‘JV of the NL West’ to World Series: Lovullo’s August speech marked turning point for Diamondbacks season

PHOENIX – On Aug. 11, the Diamondbacks had lost nine games in a row and were 58-60. An uncharacteristic fiery speech from Arizona manager Torey Lovullo inspired the team and served as the turning point in their season.

Torey Lovullo walks to mound

As Arizona Cardinals suffer fourth straight loss, potential return of Kyler Murray brings hope

TEMPE – The Cardinals have now lost four straight games, with Sunday’s 20-10 defeat to the Seahawks. Kyler Murray will return soon, an exciting prospect for a Cardinals team that is looking for consistent offense down the stretch.

Arizona Cardinals’ second-half woes extend skid to three straight in Los Angeles

TEMPE – The Arizona Cardinals have consistently started fast this season but haven’t been able to translate that success to the final period. That continued Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams, who scored 23 unanswered points to earn a convincing win at home.

The Arizona Cardinals face ongoing struggles as coach Jonathan Gannon discusses the team's inability to close out games. (Photo by Jordy Fee-Platt/Cronkite News)

As Diamondbacks make history, Pfaadt, Moreno reach culmination of remarkable journeys

PHOENIX – For the third time in franchise history, the Diamondbacks have earned a trip to the NLCS. In front of an electric crowd at Chase Field, Arizona swept the hated Dodgers, winning their fifth consecutive postseason game.

Arizona Diamondbacks celebrating on the mound.

From JUCO to Triple-A, No. 1 Blue Jays prospect’s lightning rise turning heads at Arizona Fall League

PHOENIX – In June 2021, Ricky Tiedemann was pitching in junior college in Southern California. Less than two and a half years later, Tiedemann has reached Triple-A, and is pitching in the Arizona Fall League, on the precipice of the major leagues.

Ricky Tiedemann during a pitch

While Arizona Diamondbacks look to take down familiar foe, previous postseason glory serves as inspiration for NLDS Game 3

PHOENIX – The Diamondbacks will play their first home playoff game in six years Wednesday, with a chance to create one of the best moments in franchise history by taking down a Dodgers squad that has dominated them for years.

diamondbacks' players celebrating together

MLB brings global stars of future to Phoenix for international showcase event

PHOENIX – Since 2016, the MLB International Showcase brings teenagers from across the world to play baseball in the US. The opportunity gives these players a chance to show off their skills to scouts, while connecting with peers from other nations.

International baseball prospects, representing 10 different countries, gather in Phoenix for an 11-day MLB International College Showcase Tour. (Photo by Jordy Fee-Platt/Cronkite News)

Despite promise in second half, Arizona Cardinals grounded vs. San Francisco 49ers

TEMPE – The Cardinals had fast starts in their first three games, but fell behind big early to the 49ers and couldn’t overcome the deficit despite strong play from Josh Dobbs.

Jonathan Gannon at press conference

Two for one: Shohei Ohtani’s rise inspires changes across baseball, including ASU

TEMPE – In MLB, Shohei Ohtani is one of the best, both as a hitter and pitcher. His success is altering decades-long perceptions of two-way players, who are now being allowed to play on both sides deeper into their careers. ASU baseball is on board with the concept.

Compton huskies baseball player

After Pac-12 goes dark: Arizona-Stanford marks beginning of end for ‘Conference of Champions’

STANFORD, Calif. – The Arizona Wildcats earned a come-from-behind victory in Palo Alto, California but the significance of this game went beyond the Stanford Stadium turf. The game marked the last time Arizona and Stanford will play each other in a Pac-12 Conference football game. For some players in the game, it was the final – or only – opportunity to play against their “home” team.

Football players huddled.

Arizona Cardinals grapple with missed opportunities, blown leads and an 0-2 start

TEMPE – The Cardinals showed signs of progress but again surrendered a second-half lead, falling to the Giants 31-28. New York scored on each of their five drives in the second half, culminating in a game-winning field goal in the waning seconds.

Cardinals head coach Johnathan Gannon talks with media at press conference.

CTE study reveals alarming numbers about athletes who died before reaching 30

PHOENIX – In a concerning revelation for the world of sports, a recent study from the Boston University CTE Center has unveiled alarming statistics regarding the prevalence of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) among contact sports athletes.

Football players at the line before snap.

Cactus League rebounds without shutdowns from COVID-19, labor disputes, economic study shows

TEMPE – Cactus League play in 2023 contributed $418 million to Arizona’s economy, an Arizona State study shows, and benefited from no COVID-19 restrictions and no labor stoppage.