Above being said, what kind of potential do you expect from pitchers at a recreational level? I'm not saying my goal is to be average, but my friend say's I might only be throwing 40-50 mph even after warm ups (with almost zero command lol).
Your potential is pretty much dictated by your comments in the paragraph that followed:
".... a non-experienced or recreational player..."
That pretty much sums it up. You enjoy recreation for the sake of having a good time, and you're learning about the game at the same time..with pitching being the gateway of that education. Now regardless of how hard you're throwing or your level of command, you seem to be out there, again, having a good time. From what I can gather from your wording here - how you composed your expressions regardless how well you like your composition, I think you did a good job expressing yourself.
What are your opinions on a non-experienced or recreational players potential in a non coached environment? How far do people like me usually make it? Though I doubt that many of you guys pay attention to regional adult teams.
My opinion on a non-experienced or recreational player's potential is really a question with it's own answer ... you're a recreational player with the potential to develop friendships, socialize and enjoy the game for what it can provide you with. Remember, you wanted to help your friend - your experiences are now showing signs of a new perspective on things. Pitch for the sake of using this opportunity to develop of new side of you that heretofore never showed itself (or so I interpreted from your comments.)
With respect to adult regional teams and yourself - you can have an opportunity or opportunities to the extent that your teammates will allow. Adult regional amateur baseball can be fairly intense and competitive. From what I've seen, these guys don't like to show up knowing they're going to be on the short end of the stick because some guy wants to pitch - but can't. So, depending on all that - .."" doesn't put you in the driver's seat, it puts someone else in this sport, especially pitchers.
Enjoy the game for what it is ... a game, and games are suppose to be fun.
Post some video of yourself and a team photo.