Hernandez was struck on the side of his lower right leg in the eighth inning Sunday, which turned into a nightmare for the D-backs.
"Not quite the shin or the calf," Hernandez said of where the ball hit him. "It's just a little sore and if I sit down it gets stiff, but once I start moving around, it loosens it up. I don't think I'll need any time off, so that's good."
The Phillies got three infield hits during that inning, and Hernandez's throw to first hit Dominic Brown as the Phillies scored a run to tie the game.
Hernandez has done his best to try and put the frustration of the inning behind him.
"What happened yesterday?" he said with a smile. "It's just one of those things, it's going to happen over the course of the season. It was unfortunate, because any time you score four runs off a Cliff Lee-type pitcher, you expect to win that game and it's just unlucky. I feel like I made some good pitches, but sometimes that's just the way the ball bounces."