Uribe originally injured the wrist sliding into home April 15 and missed four games. He started seven of the next eight games but re-injured the wrist during batting practice Monday in Denver. He will be examined once the club returns to Los Angeles for the homestand, which starts Monday night.
"We're still at a point where I don't know how much time it will take," Mattingly said about a complete recovery. "I know he can pinch-hit and I can bring him in a double-switch, but he's not quite right for four at-bats."
Mattingly started the hot-hitting Jerry Hairston again and said he doesn't feel short-handed because those two have effectively switched roles, as long as Uribe is able to pinch-hit and stay in the game on defense.