2012 Rockies Spring Training, Cactus League Standings: Colorado Off To 8-7 Start

The Colorado Rockies are coming off a disappointing 73-win campaign in 2011, and they've come into this spring with some key changes, including the addition of outfielder Michael Cuddyer. Now they're trying to build confidence in the midst of Cactus League play, and things have gone reasonably well for the team so far, as they're a respectable 8-7.

Related: Raffy's Notebook: Chacin Throwing, Scutaro's Welcome, Nicasio Cruising

Here are the full Cactus League standings as of Monday morning:

Cactus League
Team W L Pct
Oakland 13 4 .765
San Francisco 11 5 .688
Los Angeles 8 4 .667
Seattle 11 6 .647
Los Angeles 9 6 .600
Kansas City 9 7 .562
Colorado 8 7 .533
San Diego 9 8 .529
Arizona 7 10 .412
Cincinnati 7 10 .412
Milwaukee 6 9 .400
Chicago 7 11 .389
Chicago 5 10 .333
Cleveland 4 10 .286
Texas 4 11 .267

The Rockies return to the field against the Los Angeles Angels on Monday.

For more coverage of all things Denver sports, stay tuned to SB Nation Denver. For more in-depth coverage of the Rockies, visit Purple Row. For more updates throughout Spring Training, check out Baseball Nation and MLB Daily Dish.

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