The 27-year-old singer is a renowned fan of the sport, and has previously played in charity games in a bid to raise funds for good causes.
Speaking during an appearance on "Late Night with Seth Meyers", the "Sucker" hitmaker revealed he was once serious about pursuing a career on the field, and considered enrolling at Northwestern University.
"I went back in 2008 or 2009. We were on tour. We stopped in Chicago. I had dreams of going to college to study being a writer, journalist, or something. And I went with my dad to visit the campus and it turned into a scene from Hard Day's Night," Nick shared.
"But the real dream was to try to walk on to the baseball team to play," he added.
Nick is currently appearing as a coach on "The Voice U.S.", and the group is heading to Las Vegas for nine shows at the Park Theater at Park MGM from 1 to 18 April, as part of the Jonas Brothers in Vegas show.
A new album is expected to follow, with the "What a Man Gotta Do" star promising an announcement "in the next couple of weeks."