Oh, and as for Chamberlain:
Yankees and Red Sox tend to be overvalued b/c of their respective massive fan bases. Right now, Chamberlain's control and pitch count problems mean that he's basically an elite 6 inning starter who will never end up with as many wins as you hope (believe me, I've started him every week since his transition and I've learned the hard way). Also, his ERA/WHIP disparity and high strand rate indicate that he's getting a bit lucky right now.
I think he's a 3.50 ERA/1.28 WHIP pitcher next year, with about 9 K/9 IP. He won't win 15 unless he figures out how to get his pitch count down, especially since the Yanks are a declining team on the offensive side.
Personally, I would rather own Chad Billingsley than Joba Chamberlain next year, a fact that probably won't be reflected in their ADPs. Chamberlain would probably start looking attractive right around the end of Rd 9...unless he shows some big improvement for the rest of this year (and his last two starts are a very encouraging sign that he's getting there). Bump him up to Rd 7 if he can show more consistent 7 IP starts.