Turner has already been hit three times in nine games after being hit 13 times last year. Joc Pederson also was hit by a pitch the inning between Turner's two plunkings. In Tuesday's series opener, two D-backs and one Dodger were hit by pitches and no warnings were issued.
"[Turner] is just sore," said Dodgers manager Dave Roberts. "I think that's the extent, there's some swelling. We'll kinda talk about it tomorrow, but I think at some point in time the next couple of days, I want to give him a blow anyway. We'll have that conversation, but he's fine.
"As far as Brian Gorman issuing a warning to both teams, I think that's what he has to do when he hears some jawing back and forth. That's kind of what they have to do. Last one was a breaking ball to [Turner] that hit him in a good spot. The other two, they came in and hit [Turner] twice, once with the fastball. They pitch in."
Roberts is new to the Dodgers' feud with the D-backs, but tempers flaring isn't new to the teams, which have had bad blood for years. Among the most notable incidents are the Zack Greinke-Ian Kennedy brawl and the Dodgers' celebratory swim in the Chase Field pool after clinching the division title in 2013.
Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.