The home run, Norris' fourth of the season, was his only hit of the game. But, of course, it was the only hit in the game that really mattered.
Norris has now hit safely in five of his last eight contests, as he continues to swing a productive bat in 2015.
The home run was Posey's eighth of the season. The two-hit performance brought his season batting average just over the .300 mark.
Mathis may need just three more rehab games, and could be activated as early as Monday, according to MLB.com.
Upon his return, Mathis will likely be the backup option to J.T. Realmuto.
"He's a big presence in our clubhouse," Miami manager Dan Jennings said.
He took himself out of a rehab game Thursday for Class A St. Lucie after feeling pain in his wrist. He saw a hand specialist, who diagnosed the injury as a bone bruise in his right hand.
“He felt it swinging in his third at-bat last night so, not knowing what it was, took himself out,” general manager Sandy Alderson said, per the New York Daily News.
Earlier Friday, manager Terry Collins said d'Arnaud would need 20-25 at-bats on his rehab assignment before coming off the disabled list. He is 0 for 6 with one RBI, one walk and one strikeout through his first two games with Class A St. Lucie.
Saltalamacchia is expected to share playing time with Jordan Pacheco. He was in the starting lineup Friday at Milwaukee.
Saltalmacchia hit .188 (6 for 32) with two home runs, seven RBI, two walks and 13 strikeouts in nine games for Reno.
Gosewisch hurt his knee Wednesday against the Cardinals. The injury was originally diagnosed as a jammed knee, but he underwent an MRI on Thursday. Gosewisch said Friday he likely has an ACL tear.
Gosewisch heads to the DL with a team-high 34 starts at catcher. Jordan Pacecho and Saltalamacchia will now share the catcher responsibilities in his absence.
During Thursday's contest, Cervelli went 3 for 5 with two runs scored. Over his last five games, Cervelli is 9 for 17 with four RBI and six runs scored.