My suggestion here is based on a combination of health issues and position assignment.
You may want to ask your infield coach if the club needs a backup for first base. Your height and physique is a plus for you, in addition to asking your batting coach to give you some extra time in the cages.
The loads on your frame, from what I can gather from this limited media, is not going to serve you or your club well at the pitcher’s position. Again, this is my appraisal based on nothing more than your narration of your health issues. Without actually being there to read and discuss your history, it’s difficult to assess beyond this posting.
With respect to your club’s management of your situation – health wise, normally pitchers like yourself are regarded as high maintenance. Hence, liaison with trainers and coaches depends a lot on you and your self discipline, follow up by trainers and coaches and their administrative discipline, and even some correspondence between the college administration and their legal representation.
Based on the foregoing paragraph, consider a broader environment than just you and your baseball experience –pitching. Would it be fair to assume that a player with your history and current situation would be in a college’s regular game plan (rotation) and that time, money, and personnel would be dedicated to …”bring you along”… based on your level of talent … as compared to the others in your bullpen? Would you as a coach – pitching coach, devote time and consideration to your contribution? If you can honestly say to yourself – “yes, in my mind I am durable, ready, and with an endurance factor that my body supports 100%”, … then I say you know yourself well enough and with a loyalty factor that supports your coach(s) and their efforts … continue with pitching.
On the other hand, if the answer to that same question is …”…ahhh, I guess so…?”, then seek a position as a first baseman and spend some extra hours in the batting cages. By the way, players with your build make excellent CONTACT hitters. And CONTACT hitters can be depended upon to give a club that RBI just when they need it the most.