The Los Angeles Dodgers might've caught a break with Justin Turner's broken wrist.
The All-Star third baseman is expected to heal without surgery, manager Dave Roberts said Tuesday. No definitive word yet on how long Turner will be out.
Turner was injured Monday night when he was hit by a pitch from Oakland's Kendall Graveman. The NL champion Dodgers open the regular season a week from Thursday.
"It's just essentially time," Roberts said. "That's the initial thought. That could change, but that's what I've heard."
Turner had cast over his wrist when he arrived at camp in the morning. He was scheduled to see a hand specialist.