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The BLOHARDS (Benevolent Loyal Order of Honorable Ancient Redsox Diehard Sufferers) are a New York City-based group that supports the Boston Red Sox baseball team.[1]


The BLOHARDS were founded around 1965 by Jim Powers of Weston, Connecticut when about dozen New York City-based Red Sox fans got together to drink and discuss the Red Sox.[2] Author Henry Berry served as senior vice president.[3] The group pulls most of its members from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.[4]

Members of the group meet regularly, and when the Red Sox play the Yankees at Yankee Stadium, the group organizes bus trips for members to attend games.[5][6] Beginning in 1968, the BLOHARDS have traveled to Boston for Opening Day at Fenway Park.[2]

By 1986, there were about 300 members, including then-National League president and future Commissioner of Baseball Bart Giamatti.[7]


  1. ^ Sullivan, Robert (21 October 2004). "Getting It Done". Archived from the original on October 23, 2004. Retrieved 15 March 2013.
  2. ^ a b Sullivan, Robert (April 22, 2022). "Elegy for baseball - and for a club of enthusiasts who still love the game". The Boston Globe. p. K8. Retrieved July 2, 2022 – via
  3. ^ Fleckenstein, Ross (July 5, 1983). "Berry among Red Sox fans that die hard". The Daily Times (Mamaroneck, New York). p. 19. Retrieved July 2, 2022 – via
  4. ^ Beam, Alex (September 13, 2005). "A Sox dispatch from the Evil Empire". The Boston Globe. p. 29. Retrieved July 2, 2022 – via
  5. ^ Leonard, John (June 24, 1982). "NY Blowhards Come to Life for Red Sox". The Sacramento Bee. p. 14. Retrieved July 2, 2022 – via
  6. ^ Hurley, Paul (June 15, 1986). "Red Sox fans love their team". Poughkeepsie Journal. p. 1C. Retrieved July 2, 2022 – via
  7. ^ Bell, Bill (October 22, 1986). "No more has-beans". New York Daily News. p. 5. Retrieved July 2, 2022 – via

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