LOS ANGELES -- Juan Uribe is out of the starting lineup for the Dodgers on Saturday against the Brewers, and was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a right hamstring strain.
Uribe left Friday night's game after six innings after feeling something in his hamstring during his third at-bat of the night.
It's a bad situation for the Dodgers and for Uribe, who missed 34 games in May and June with the same injury. The third baseman told reporters before Saturday's game that his hamstring feels the same as it did in that DL stint.
Justin Turner, who filled in admirably at third base during Uribe's earlier absence, starts at third base for the Dodgers, batting sixth. Turner has been an unsung hero this year, hitting .305/.378/.419, including reaching base by hit or walk in each of his last 20 starts, dating back to June 6.
In an interesting twist, Hanley Ramirez was taking grounders at third base before the game, per Ken Gurnick of MLB.com. Ramirez is also currently on the disabled list, but eligible to return on Aug. 26.
Carlos Triunfel is the underwhelming addition to the roster, recalled from Triple-A Albuquerque where he is hitting .219/.251/.317 in 79 games this season. Triunfel singled in the second inning on Thursday to snap an 0-for-20 skid.
In four previous stints with the Dodgers this season, Triunfel was 2-for-14 with a home run and a walk in 11 games. All of his time in the field has been 10 games at shortstop, including four starts.
The Dodgers currently have 10 players on the disabled list.