Crawford tripled in the second inning of the
The Dodgers called the injury "tightness in his right side." Mattingly said it "sounds like" an oblique injury, which generally can take about a month to heal.
Crawford was unavailable for comment after the game. Mattingly said the Dodgers would evaluate Crawford again Tuesday.
"Historically, things like that don't really go away overnight," Mattingly said. "But we've got to give it a shot."
If Crawford is put on the disabled list, it would be his fifth stint in four years, all for different injuries (wrist and elbow in 2012, hamstring in 2013, ankle in 2014).
Guerrero is batting .500, and he has hit a home run in each of the last three games in which he has had an at-bat. He ranks second on the team in homers (5) and runs batted in (13) but ranks 11th on the team in at-bats (22).
Mattingly said Guerrero could see playing time at shortstop, third base and left field. With an injury to Crawford, the Dodgers could split playing time in left field among Guerrero,