To replace him on the roster, the Dodgers recalled catcher Austin Barnes from Triple-A Oklahoma City on Monday.
Odor is at the keystone position while batting fifth for the Rangers on Monday.
"I'll wake up (Monday) and see how it feels and go from there," Hernandez said.
Hernandez is batting .364 (24 for 66) with a .545 slugging percentage and .945 OPS in his last 20 games (18 starts). He has three doubles, three home runs and nine RBI in that span.
The team has yet to determine the severity of the potential injury.
Drew, who had failed all year to nudge his average to .200, finally scaled that mountain in Atlanta with a 4-for-4 effort that pushed it to .201. Among those hits was a two-run homer in the third.
He reached base all six times in the laugher. He walked in a run in the fifth and singled in another in the seventh.
His effort ended an 0-for-12 skid.
Panik will remain with the team through their upcoming series against the Dodgers, which begins Monday, before joining Triple-A Sacramento on Thursday. The team is hoping to have Panik return when they start a series in Arizona on Sept. 7.
Panik is slashing .309/.374/.443 this season.
"I would say he would be (here) sooner rather than later," Maddon told ESPN. "There's a lot of things he can do to help you win now."
Like, for instance, hit like he has at Triple-A Iowa. Baez is hitting .316 with 13 home runs and .380 on-base percentage at that level.