Well, I ended up playing rec league and for a semi-pro team, through most of the summer. The Legion team ended up forfeiting games because they had 2 kids that weren't eligible. They were supposed to host the state championship and were disqualified from playing in their own tournament for not having their roster turned into the state in time. Talk about a blessing that I didn't stick it out with those coaches. They were subsequently fired.
I've been working with a group of 4 pitchers and our rec league coach since the leagues ended. The coach suggested that I shortened my arm action - because my long arm motion was causing arm drag. Also, since I am a catcher too, and have a strong arm to second, he thought I might be able to pitch with a similar delivery. (I'll include a brief video he took at practice). My velocity has increased by at least 10 mph. The coach has clocked me in the high 80s (I actually hit 90 once) - and my accuracy has improved as well. I'm just throwing from the stretch right now, but hope to develop a full windup. The group (we call ourselves The 100 MPH Club) works out 3 nights a week for around 2 1/2 - 3 hours - bullpens, fielding, batting, and conditioning. It's been a good experience and I'm feeling better about my baseball future.