The Wisconsin TimberRattlers wrapped up a road trip with a convincing 9-1 victory over the Quad Cities River Bandits Tuesday night. Four Rattlers, Tyrone Taylor, Michael Reed, Michael Garza and Parker Berberet had two hits each as Wisconsin pounded out 15 hits in the win. Leading 2-0, a five run fourth inning gave the Rattlers an insurmountable lead. Austin Ross worked six innings and allowed just one hit, a single in the 6th. It was his longest start since undergoing Tommy John surgery in May of 2010. The Rattlers defeated Major League Baseball's number overall pick in the June draft, Mark Appel. After a travel day Tuesday, Wisconsin returns home for a key, three game series against Peoria at Fox Cities Stadium beginning Wednesday night. The TimberRattlers trail the Chiefs by three games for the final Wild Card spot in the Midwest League playoffs.