"I'm actually glad that happened tonight, just being able to bounce back and make the adjustment in-game," Norris said of facing some adversity by allowing four runs in the first three innings. "It was a good finish. It was one of those nights where 90 percent of the mistakes I made got hit. That's baseball, I guess."
Valencia hit a two-run homer in the first inning, and Colabello added his second homer of the spring one out later. Smoak led off the second inning with a shot to straightaway center field to give the Blue Jays a 4-1 lead.
The Astros played some early long ball as well, getting leadoff homers from Jason Castro and George Springer in the second and third innings, respectively, against Norris. Springer's homer came only moments after he made a terrific leaping catch at the wall to rob Colabello of a second homer in the top of the inning.
Oberholtzer, making his first Grapefruit League start in nearly three weeks because of a lat strain and a subsequent bout with an illness, was able to get stretched out to 70 pitches, but he allowed five hits and five earned runs in 3 1/3 innings.
Up next: The Blue Jays will play their final home game of the spring when they host the Phillies on Tuesday afternoon at 1:07 p.m. ET in an exclusive free webcast. Right-hander Aaron Sanchez will make his sixth and final outing of the Grapefruit League season, but he does have a Minor League outing scheduled for later in the week. Right-handers Roberto Osuna, Miguel Castro, Todd Redmond and Marco Estrada also are scheduled to pitch. All four relievers are expected to be on the 25-man roster to open the regular season.
Brian McTaggart is a reporter for MLB.com and writes an MLBlog, Tag's Lines. Follow @brianmctaggart on Twitter. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.