According to multiple sources, the A’s and opening day starter Trevor Cahill have reached an agreement on a multiyear contract extension.

The deal has not yet been completed and no announcement is expected until tomorrow at the earliest. Financial details and length of the extension are yet to be released. Cahill was the A’s opening day starter and has posted a 1-0 record with a 1.42 ERA and 15 strikeouts in 12.2 innings so far this season. Last season he was an All-Star and Cy Young contender with an 18-8 record and 2.97 ERA in 30 appearances, all starts.

His deal signals a trend in the A’s organization after signing Brett Anderson and Kurt Suzuki similar to extensions over the last few season. Anderson signed a four year 12.5 million dollar contract last April while offering Kurt Suzuki four years and $16.25 million in July.

It appears Gio Gonzalez would be the next player in line to receive a long term extension with hopes of buying out remaining arbitration years.

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