Wow, I remember when my wife told me about this site years ago. I had no idea it was still going. I should Google myself more frequently I guess, haha.
Well, to answer the question of what ever happened to me...
I got hurt while pitching for the for Modesto, the A's A-ball team, in 2002. I decided to undergo an experimental surgery, which has now been outlawed in 46 states and Washington D.C., called Johnny Tom. Rather than replace the UCL with a tendon from the leg, as in Tommy John surgery, Johnny Tom removes the entire arm, and surgically reattaches a leg onto the shoulder, then swapping the now missing leg with the dismembered arm. The surgery itself was actually a smashing success. The leg graft healed perfectly and I was throwing at pre-injury velocity within nine months of the procedure. Unfortunately, no major league team was willing to sign a man with a leg where his arm should be, and vice versa. (I am currently awaiting a Supreme Court ruling on a discrimination lawsuit that I have filed against Major League Baseball). Anyway, that is how I got the nick-name "The Creature."
I signed with the Myanmar Clam Snakes of the semi-professional Burmese National League in 2004, but retired midway through the season. Though my arm (leg) felt great, I was no longer able to find the grip on my split finger pitch that I had been so successful with in college and the pros. Though there are obviously some things that I would have liked to have done differently in my career, I enjoyed every moment of it. I still love the game and live just outside of Miami, working as an insurance salesman, and attend Marlins games every now and again.
As for my alleged mental health issues, I can assure you that I am perfectly sane and happy. My lovely wife Liz and I have three beautiful girls, the oldest of which is turning 8 this year. My biggest regret about the surgery is that I am now frequently called for handballs whenever I play soccer.
I hope this clears things up, and I'll try to check back and answer any other questions. I appreciate the support from anyone who was a fan of mine when I was playing.