I also left comments on the site, and it told me when I was closing the tab that it might not save my comments. Since Hawk's comments got through, I'm expecting mine did, too.
LOVED THE CONTENT! Loved the case studies and showing the artifacts and your thought-processes behind it. My biggest comment is to summarize and bullet-point more. People naturally want to scan, and with appropriate summaries, info hierarchies and bullet points, you can pique their interest and draw them into your paragraphs.
Also, I would take out the UX Rookie title - though that's completely up to you. I know it goes with the baseball theme. With the work you showcased in your portfolio, you've done the work - you're a UX designer. You may not have years of experience, but a recruiter will naturally see that - you don't have to point it out to them. Here's an article I read recently about that: http://blog.invisionapp.com/junior-designers/
GREAT JOB!! I wish you all the best! You've totally got this!!