Brooks Robinson led the American League in sacrifice flies during 1962 (10), 1964 (10), 1967 (8), and 1968 (8) — a league leading four times. Ron Santo & Johnny Bench led the National League in sacrifice flies during 1963 (11), 1967 (12) & 1969 (14) then 1970 (11), 1972 (12) & 1973 (10) — respectively, a league leading three times.
Did you know that in the entire history of baseball three Major League players are tied for most at-bats without a single sacrifice fly in a season? Each had six-hundred eighty at-bats and zero sacrifice flies. They are: Pete Rose of the Cincinnati Reds (1973), Frank Taveras of the Pittsburgh Pirates / New York Mets (1979) & Kirby Puckett of the Minnesota Twins (1986).
The most sacrifice flies ever hit during an inning by an American League team is three: Chicago White Sox (vs Cleveland Indians) in the fifth inning on July 1, 1962, New York Yankees (vs Detroit Tigers) in the fourth inning on June 29, 2000 and the New York Yankees (vs Anaheim Angels) in the third inning on August 19, 2000. The National League team record is also three: New York Mets (vs the New York Yankees) in the second inning on June 24, 2005 and Houston Astros (vs the Texas Rangers) in the seventh inning on June 26, 2005.