YES re-played the game the other day. Mel Allen did the first half and Vin Scully did the second half. I didn't think much of Scully at the end of his career - most of the time he sounded like a doddering old man telling stories from the 1940s and 50s while the game was on but in 1956 he was still pretty sharp.
The game loses a lot in black and white but other technological advances brought surprisingly little value. I didn't miss seeing 15 replays of each at-bat. I didn't miss the endless parade of silly statistics that broadcasters seem obligated to throw out now.
But the biggest difference was the pace of the game. So much crisper. The players weren't hot-dogging all over the place. You didn't have 6 pitching changes in an inning, in fact Sal Maglie pitched a complete game, too. The whole game was played in just over 2 hours. The 2 pitchers had 12 strike outs between them, not 12 in the first 4 innings.
Getting old, I guess but it was a great reminder of what baseball used to be.