Mule Haas leads the American League, and is the only Major League player in history to lead his league, in sacrifice hits in six different seasons (1930 through 1934 and 1936) AND holds the record for most consecutive seasons leading his league in sacrifice hits with five (1930 through 1934).
Did you know that Al Benton is the only ballplayer in Major League history to have two sacrifice hits during the same major league game in the same inning? While playing with Detroit he had two during the third inning on August 6, 1941 helping his Tigers defeat the Indians 11-2.
In 1984 Juan Samuel of the Philadelphia Phillies had a Major League record seven-hundred one at-bats without a single sacrifice hit. His American League counterpart is Garret Anderson of the Anaheim Angels who had six-hundred seventy-two at-bats without a single sacrifice hit in 2001.