Found April 18, 2012 on NorthWest Sports Beat:
Shannon Drayer ESPN 710 in Seattle's Mariners reporter is telling us all via twitter that

Quote: Adam Moore to undergo surgery tomorrow for a right medial menisus tear. Same knee different spot. Will know more after surgery. This Adam Moore news is just plain bad. I feel bad for him. His body won't allow him to be an athlete.

Other Mariners news. Justin Smoak is OUT tonight for the M's with a sore hamstring.
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