Checked it out - he spent 2000 in Dayton and started 2001 in Chattanooga. He had 12 homers in 39 games before going to Louisville. He then had 20 homers in 55 games there, not including a homer in the Futures game. He made his debut with the Reds on July 20th and ended up hitting another 19 homers in 66 games.
That's 52 homers in 161 games over three levels at 21 years of age.
Those were the days when we thought that Griffey, Dunn & Kearns (who came up in 2002) would dominate the league.