"When it first happened I thought it was a cramp and it tightened up. I tried stretching it out, and it just wouldn't loosen up out there," Turner said Sunday. "It's all right. It's just a little tight. I've been walking around, it feels fine. Every once in a while I feel it a little bit."
Manager Don Mattingly said the hope is that Turner's absence won't be an extended one.
"We're just hopeful it's not one of those two-month hammies," he said. "He came in actually decent today. It's not one of those where he can't walk at all."
Triunfel, claimed off waivers from Seattle in April, was hitting .210 at Albuquerque. He is 2-for-7 with a home run in seven games with the Dodgers this season.
Michael Lananna is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.