The veteran right-hander finishes the season with a 7-4 record and 4.13 ERA through 15 starts. He totaled 60 strikeouts through 76 1/3 innings.
The rookie infielder is batting .267 (4 for 15) with one double, one triple, one RBI, three runs, three stolen bases, two walks and two strikeouts in five games.
"We've been wanting to slip him into the rotation to either move somebody forward or to give someone an extra day," Mattingly said, per MLB.com. "Just if somebody needs a blow, kind of looking at all our guys individually and what's best for them."
Mattingly said they don't plan to skip anyone in the rotation, so all the starters (Clayton Kershaw, Zack Greinke, Brett Anderson, Alex Wood and Mat Latos) will get an extra day of rest moving forward.
Bolsinger's last MLB start was July 29. He is 5-3 with a 2.83 ERA in 16 starts this season.
"You can anticipate he's going to be in this rotation for at least a turn," Mattingly said.
“It got the tip of my pinkie and didn’t have feeling in it for a couple of innings, but I took some X-rays right away and everything’s good,” Turner said, per the Los Angeles Times.
Turner remained confident after the game he would be able to play Thursday against the Padres.
“It was numb but I knew right away there wasn’t anything broken,” he said.
The top-10 prospect arrives at the majors with a career .306/.368/.523/.891 slash line over four seasons in the minors.
The 21-year-old shortstop prospect and former first-round pick has spent most of the 2015 season with Triple-A Oklahoma City. In 104 games at Triple-A, he hit .276 with a .331 on-base percentage, .450 slugging percentage and .781 OPS. He also had 13 home runs, 29 doubles and 59 RBI.
Franco experienced discomfort when he swung through the baseball Wednesday. His season could be over, if his wrist doesn't improve in the next week.
"Unless he's 100 percent, we're just going to be careful," interim manager Pete Mackanin said.
Franco swung a bat for the first time Wednesday since he was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a broken wrist Aug. 18.
Mackanin said the chances of Franco playing again this season are "probably 50-50."
Kennedy gave up two runs on five hits in seven innings of a no-decision. He now has a 3.88 ERA this season.
Harvey struck out nine batters in 6 1/3 innings of work, but said he was "feeling a little weak" after the game.
Instead, he lost in lowering his record to 9-7. But Leake had nothing to be ashamed of. He gave up just two runs on five hits over seven innings with no walks and three strikeouts.
He fell behind twice, first on a Carl Crawford double in the second inning and then on a Chase Utley blast in the sixth.
Leake bounced back nicely from a subpar performance Thursday against St. Louis. He has yielded two runs or less in seven of his last eight starts.
Brown was forced out of Wednesday's game with what seemed like a possible concussion.