Cole Hamels believes keeping your word is just model behavior.The Rangers‘ ace pitcher on Friday sued Cornucopia Events in Pennsylvania state courtfor allegedly withholdingpromisedVIP tickets to theVictoria’s Secret Fashion Show.MORE: MLB’s 2016 breakout candidates|Ryan Zimmerman denies PED allegationsHamels said he and his wife paid the British company approximately $70,000 for a https://www.twinsedge.com/minnesota-twins/ervin-santana-jersey VIP package,which was to include tickets to the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and its after partyin New York, afour-night stay at a nearby five-star hotel and other amenities. But they never received the tickets. According to the lawsuit filing obtained by Law360,Cornucopia managing director Mini Vohra promised the Hamelsthey would be admitted to the event.The Cornucopia defendants held themselves out to be a ‚VIP‘ concierge/lifestyle management company with acce s to the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. The Cornucopia defendants did not intend, could not and/or failed to provide the Hamelsany Zach Duke Jersey entry at all to the [show], read thelawsuit.The lawsuit seeks more than $50,000 in damages that the Hamels‘ claimed arose from Cornucopia’sfailure to provide the VIP tickets to the show, which took place in November and aired https://www.twinsedge.com/minnesota-twins/kirby-puckett-jersey in December.Hamels, who was traded from Philadelphia to Texas last July, will make abase salary of $22.5 million for the 2016 season. The 32-year-old veteran lefty finished last season with a 3.65 ERA in225 2/3innings, including the postseason.