Just got back from tonight's Yankees vs. Indians game (Yankees, 1-0). The seats kicked ass; the pizza didn't. It's Famous Famiglia, which you may be familiar with from one of its many locations in New York City or around the country. As one of my companions this evening said, "Eh. It's no better or no worse than Sbarro." You know the score -- I'd recommend sticking to the equally overpriced but more traditional hot dog, peanuts, and beer menu.
Slices are $4.50 (!!!) each for plain or pepperoni and are sized smaller than typical slice-joint portions.
Here's the upskirt:
As you can see, rather blonde crust with the telltale crosshatching revealing it's been cooked on screens. I'm not sure, but I'd bet they're running 'em through impinger ovens to meet the demand. In fact, I think I see one in the background of this photo (click through for larger versions):