(CBS) Friend of 670 The Score and Cubs television play-by-play man Len Kasper is widely respected throughout the media and baseball for his quality work night in and night out.

Turns out, he’s not always as well-respected on Twitter, as we found out Tuesday evening. Calling all the action as the Cubs hosted the Reds at Wrigley Field, Kasper regularly referenced the fact that Chicago right-hander Jake Arrieta was carrying a no-hitter into the late innings.

We’re just taking a shot in the dark here, but we assume Kasper did that because, you know, it’s his job to tell viewers what is happening. And the no-hitter sure seemed like it was the biggest development in the game.

Well, some Cubs fans (we said “some” — this isn’t a sweeping judgment) didn’t take so well to that. After Cincinnati’s Brandon Phillips broke up the no-hitter with a one-out double in the eighth inning, a few voiced their frustration at Kasper on Twitter for “jinxing” Arrieta.

Here are a few of the notable misguided ramblings that Kasper retweeted.

You can keep tweeting at Len, but we’re certain that he’ll keep informing you that a no-hitter is going on.

Then again, if you’re going to argue with him, you should definitely frame your point around a Jaws reference. That probably has a better chance of working.