During the seventh inning, the Angels said Suzuki is alert and undergoing further testing.
With the Blue Jays leading, 1-0, Suzuki was catching pitches from starter Michael Lorenzen prior to the top of the third inning, when one bounced and appeared to him Suzuki in the neck area.
The 38-year-old veteran was guided off the field by the team training staff as manager Joe Maddon walked with them. Finally, as he descended on the dugout stairs, he had to be helped into the dugout, where they took off his mask.
Suzuki, in his second season with the Angels, entered the game with a .191 batting average, one home run and four RBIs. The Angels are his fifth MLB organization. He was 0-1 before exiting Saturday.