It sure seems like Cablevision has the leverage in its carriage fee dispute with the Tribune station group. Reason: a struggling network and some horrible baseball teams. At the heart of the stand-off is Cablevision's blackout of WPIX in the New York market - now 11 days old. Under most circumstances, a cable operator going without a broadcast station can bring significant customer backlash and an urgency to settle. But in this case, Cablevision might be thinking, "What's the rush?"