LAS VEGAS — Solid pitching from starting pitcher Dustin Moseley helped the Salt Lake Bees beat Las Vegas 4-0 Wednesday evening.

The right-hander scattered just three hits over six innings and never got into trouble to pick up the win. He fanned seven batters.

His replacement, Jason Bulger, also threw well. Bulger struck out three of the six batters he faced and didn't allow a hit.

Offensively, Salt Lake was anchored by the bottom-half of its batting order. Tommy Murphy, hitting in the No. 7 spot, went 4-for-4 with a triple. He scored twice.

First baseman Kendry Morales and right-fielder Curtis Pride, also batting near the bottom of the order, had two hits apiece.

Leading 2-0, one-run hits from Pride and Mike Napoli in the sixth and seventh provided a pair of insurance runs for Salt Lake.

The win snapped the Bees' three-game losing streak and handed Las Vegas its first defeat on the year.

Following three scoreless innings, Salt Lake went ahead 2-0 in the third. After a solo home run from Morales, Murphy scored off a double by Ryan Budde.

Salt Lake concludes its four-game series with Las Vegas tonight, beginning at 8 p.m.