Salt Lake held the Padres scoreless in their series opener in Tucson, Ariz., winning 4-0 on Tuesday.
The Bees had 10 hits, twice as many as the Padres, and were led by Chris Snyder, who had two hits and two RBIs.
Snyder started off the scoring with a home run in the top of the fourth inning. The score stayed at 1-0 until the seventh inning, when Salt Lake's Tommy Field drove in John Hester on a sacrifice fly. Luis Rodriguez added an RBI with a line-drive single to knock in Matt Young. After Efren Navarro reached base on a fielding error by Tucson second basemen Dean Anna, Snyder earned his second RBI with a fly ball that sent Rodriguez home. Tuesday's game increased Snyder's team-leading RBI total to 15.