The Dodgers recalled utilityman Enrique Hernandez from triple-A Oklahoma City and started him Tuesday, against
Guerrero, who is batting .500 with five home runs in 22 at-bats, never has started a major league game in left field.
Within the past 48 hours, the Dodgers also have put pitchers
Crawford, 33, said he suffered the injury when he swung and hit a triple in the second inning of Monday's game. He remained in the game on defense but came out one inning later, when he could not swing a bat without pain.
Oblique injuries -- even ones in which the tear is not complete -- generally take about a month to heal.
"It's a bad tear," Crawford said, adding that he had not been given a timetable for his return.
Crawford is on the disabled list for the fifth time in four years, each time with a different injury -- wrist and elbow in 2012, hamstring in 2013, ankle in 2014 and now the oblique.
"I had plans," Crawford said. "I didn't want to get hurt, to have to go back on the DL again."
Also Tuesday, closer
Jansen has not pitched this season as he recovers from foot surgery.