I'm addressing this to you honestly and with some hesitation. Honestly, because reading your narrations gives me the impression that you'd like to get back into the game and this is not all unusual, even going on 26 years of age.
Try this first - look for an adult league somewhere near your home that can accommodate your overall schedule. This accommodation should take into account your family life, work, social commitments and so on. Get your feet wet into the rhythm and reasons of competitive baseball. I say this because as we get older, our sense of flexibility get tighter and we sometimes get judgmental and quick tempered. Why consider this? Because adult baseball can be very competitive and without mercy sometimes. And since you want to pitch... every time you pick up a baseball and walk out to that mound, certain things will be expected of you.... with a deliberate focus on ... "expected." So, consistently going deep into the count with seven guys behind you in the blistering sun, pitch after pitch with no play in sight for a ten to fifteen minutes can wear thin. Then there's the guy behind the plate with all that clam gear on who, after a forty pitch count in one inning, baking like a steamed lobster, isn't too happy either.
I might add that if you can still bring it ...93-95 at your age, you might want to try a walking on... by appointment really... to an Independent Professional Baseball club tryout. This kind of pro ball is nothing like the Majors and their affiliated clubs, but you just might get the experience to try the pro life out with that kind of velocity.
Now for the honesty:
Just be mindful that at your age, your life expectancy as a pitcher will be maxed at about 28 active months - NO MORE. So just be realistic if you want to go either way ... especially the pro ball route.
I wish you the very best with your choices and any career in this game.