Spanish Language available for Revolution match with D.C. United and Freddy Adu

Foxborough, Mass. - The New England Revolution announced Wednesday that live Spanish commentary will be available on SAP (Secondary Audio Programming) for WB56's telecast of the New England Revolution's game versus D.C. United - with 14 year-old Freddy Adu - on Saturday, May 29 at 7:30 p.m.

Spanish commentary will be provided by Andres Rodriguez and Daniel Gutierrez, both of whom have experience calling Revolution matches.

Rodriguez, who will handle play-by-play duties, is a senior editor at He provided Spanish commentary on SAP for ABC's live telecast of the 2002 MLS Cup final between the Revolution and the Los Angeles Galaxy at Gillette Stadium. Rodriguez also was a radio commentator for the 1999 MLS Cup final from Foxboro Stadium and worked as an announcer for ESPN International.

Gutierrez, who will serve as the analyst for Saturday's match, is the host of the popular Spanish language program Ritmo Guanaco, which recently celebrated its 10th anniversary, on WUNR 1600 AM in Boston. In past years he has broadcast both Revolution and Dallas Burn matches and has extensive experience covering the El Salvador national team.

Saturday's match will be broadcast on WB56 in English by the Revolution's announcers Adrian Healey and Brad Feldman, and can also be heard live on WEEI 850 AM.

For Revolution ticket information, please call 1-877-GET-REVS.

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