Congratulations on your improvement.
Take care of yourself and enjoy the game.
If you don't take care of yourself you might fail.
If you don't enjoy the game you will probably fail.
If you fear playing the game you WILL fail.
Justin Upton via video told all our All American players this...
Everyone loves playing the games, but more important is do you love working to get better.
Arm injuries can happen to anyone, but the majority, by far, happen to pitchers. You just don't see many infielders having TJ Surgery. BTW, Carlos Correa could throw the ball 97 mph across the infield when he was in HS and do it with normal shortstop actions. Use your arm the right way, he didn't throw 97 except for when he needed it. You don't need your best velocity that often, but it sure is nice to have it when it is needed. Carlos threw 90 on the mound at a very young age. At one event I asked him if he wanted to pitch an inning. By that time I thought he might throw mid 90s if not better. He smiled and told me, he quit trying to pitch and decided that he will never pitch again. I guess he was right about that.
Best of luck and keep working.