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CLEVELAND -- The White Sox have fallen to their lowest point in six years. Unfortunately, it may not be the bottom. Jason Giambis pinch-hit homer leading off the ninth inning against Ramon Troncoso lifted the Cleveland Indians to a 3-2 win Monday night over Chicago, which dropped its fourth straight and lost for the 10th time in 13 games. A season spiraling downward reached a new level as the White Sox fell 23 games below .500 for the first time since 2007. On top of the losing, the White Sox are undergoing change. Before the game, they traded reliever Jesse Crain to Tampa for future considerations, and theres a strong chance starter Jake Peavy could be deal before Wednesdays deadline. Peavy is scheduled to start Tuesday night. "Its hard to watch," Danks said of the teams decision to dismantle. "Jesse and I have become good buddies. Jake and I have a real good relationship. Id love to keep him but I understand the business. Well see what happens. I dont follow it real close. Id love to keep him here and make a run at it, but we dont really know whats going to happen, though." Batting for Mark Reynolds, Giambi belted a 1-1 pitch from Troncoso (1-3) into the bushes beyond the fence. It was the 436th career homer and ninth career walk-off shot for the popular 42-year-old slugger, who had a bucket of ice water dumped over his head by teammates. "I might catch pneumonia," he joked. "Im a little old to be dunked with water. I love it. Ive been preaching all year one guy is not more important than another and its going to take all 25 of us, even more than that, to win ballgames and weve done it all year. Its just exciting to be a part of it." According to STATS, Giambi is the oldest player in major league history to hit a walk-off homer, surpassing Hank Aaron, who was 42 days older than Giambi when he did it in 1976. "Hes been doing that for a while," White Sox manager Robin Ventura said. "Hes over there for a reason." The sinking White Sox are 18 1-2 games out of first. The non-waiver trading deadline adds another layer of misery. "Youve got to be able to get through it," Ventura said. "It will be better in a couple of days because it will be over. Its stuff you have to deal with every year. Its different this year because theyre not in the who-were-going-to-get stage." The White Sox had a chance to take lead in the ninth when Dayan Viciedo tripled with two outs off Chris Perez (3-1). However, he didnt score when left fielder Michael Brantley made a sensational, running catch of Gordon Beckhams liner for the third out. "Gordon hits it hard and we dont get anything out of it," Ventura lamented. "Brantley made a nice play." Giambis dramatic shot -- and postgame bath -- provided more memorable snapshots for the Indians, who are making a strong push as August approaches. Cleveland is keeping the pressure on the Tigers as well as injecting themselves into the wild-card discussion. As he rounded third, Giambi smiled when he saw his teammates awaiting his arrival at the plate. He leaped into their welcome-home party and nearly had his jersey pulled off in the celebration. "Thats what keeps you coming back," Giambi said. "Theres no moment more special than when you get that embrace from your teammates and all those smiles. Its exciting." Danks allowed just two runs and two hits in six innings, but remained winless since July 2 -- a span of five starts. "I felt like I had stuff enough to make it a little deeper in the game," he said. "Command certainly wasnt where it needed to be. I got by with some mistakes. Thats a good team over there. Its a tough lineup. Im sorry we lost this game." Danks retired 11 straight before walking the first two in the sixth when Cleveland tied it on Asdrubal Cabreras RBI groundout. "I wasnt as good as I needed to be," Danks said. "My command was lacking. It caused my pitch count to go up. It cost me a run and here we are." Blanked by starter Zach McAllister for the first five innings, the White Sox scored twice with two outs in the sixth on Adam Dunns RBI double and Paul Konerkos run-scoring single. The runs snapped Clevelands scoreless streak at 26 innings. NOTES: Danks got a no-decision and remains winless (0-5) on the road this season. ... White Sox DH Paul Konerko drove in a run in the sixth for his 76th RBI at Progressive Field, the most by a Cleveland opponent. ... Beckham is in an 0-for-20 slump. ... Ventura was traded twice during his career and appreciates the anxiety his players may be feeling. "Sometimes you hear all these rumours about guys going places and nothing ever happens," Ventura said. "Every year youre hearing names fly everywhere and they dont go anywhere. So until it actually happens thats when I believe it." ... The White Sox have scored only five runs during their four-game skid. Seahawks Jerseys Hoodies . 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OXFORD, Miss. -- The college career of Mississippi quarterback Chad Kelly is over at least a month before anyone expected.With Kelly out, Rebels coach Hugh Freeze faces a tough dilemma in deciding who should replace him: backup Jason Pellerin or prized recruit Shea Patterson.Kellys season came to a sudden end after he tore two ligaments in his right knee during a 37-27 victory over Georgia Southern on Saturday. The 6-foot-2 senior leaves as the third-most productive passer in school history, needing just 22 games to throw for 6,800 career yards after transferring from East Mississippi Community College.Freeze praised Kelly on Monday for all he has done at Ole Miss -- including leading the program to a Sugar Bowl win last season -- but doesnt have much time to get sentimental. The Rebels (4-5, 1-4 Southeastern Conference) are struggling to become bowl eligible and must go on the road to face No. 10 Texas A&M (7-2, 4-2) on Saturday.Ole Miss has to figure out who will be under center against the Aggies.All options are on the table, Freeze said.The choice isnt easy. The 6-foot-2 Patterson was one of the nations top recruits a year ago, but Freeze planned to redshirt him since Kelly was returning after throwing for 4,000 yards as a junior. Now with three games remaining -- four if the Rebels qualify for the postseason -- the fifth-year coach is trying to decide if its worth burning Pattersons redshirt to see what he can do.I think Shea is one of the most complete quarterbacks Ive ever seen as a freshman, Freeze said. It would be hard-pressed, provided he stays healthy and everything, for him not to be a starter here whenever that time comes.Freeze just isnt sure that time is now.ddddddddddddAfter all, its not like the Rebels are competing for an SEC Western Division title. Even with three wins to end the regular season, Ole Miss would have a 7-5 record and be stuck in a mid-tier bowl game.The other option for Freeze is Pellerin, a 6-foot-4, 230-pound redshirt freshman who has been used some this season in short-yardage and when games are out of reach. His passing numbers -- 5 of 13 passing for 53 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions -- arent great, but Freeze has said hes had some good moments.Freeze said Pellerin would receive the majority of the first-team snaps during practice on Monday. He also said hed prepare some emergency options like receiver Markell Pack, offensive lineman Jeremy Liggins or tight end Evan Engram if more injures occurred.The coach acknowledged that the playbook will be a little limited against the Aggies.Will it be what Chads done? Probably not, regardless of who goes at quarterback, Freeze said. Whoever it is, itd be crazy for us to carry the whole playbook into this game. We need to pick the things we really like and go with those.Engram said he was confident in both Pellerin and Patterson. He said Pellerins poise after Kellys injury helped the Rebels close the Georgia Southern win and that Patterson had been impressive in practice, especially for a true freshman.It will be a huge week for our offense, and our biggest challenge will be to rally around whoever is taking snaps, Engram said.---More AP College Football: www.collegefootball.ap.org and https://twitter.com/AP-Top25 . 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